Monday, March 25, 2019

Europe has ditched the US concern on security with Huawei equipment's.

What we as 'fundarc communication (xgnlab)' recommended  in our views for India to deal with Huawei.

Europe is taking same track and ditching US propaganda around security concerns. 

According to Reuters, Andrus Ansip, European Commissioner for Digital Single Market, will unveil new plans tomorrow (Tuesday 26). These plans will distance the Commission from the idea of an outright ban across the bloc but heighten security protocols and monitoring requirements for 5G. This is only a recommendation, but such is the political influence of the Commission, it would surprise few to see the proposals pass through to national legislation.

"It is a recommendation to enhance exchanges on the security assessment of digital critical infrastructure," said one of the four anonymous sources.

The idea is a much more pragmatic and considered one. A ban on a single company, or companies from a single country, is far too narrow-focused and assumes threats can only emerge from that source. A broader approach to security, leaning on monitoring and heightened security requirements, allows the bloc to mitigate risk more effectively and take an impartial approach.

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