Cybersecurity

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NATO’s Stoltenberg: 5G security is crucial

New technologies like 5G and facial recognition will change society. But China's abuse of these technologies puts countries and people at risk.
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5G: Who can you trust?

5G wireless will soon be everywhere, but do you trust the companies that are building the 5G networks? How can you tell they won't compromise your data?
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Making cyberspace safer

The U.S. is working with partners to prevent malicious activity in cyberspace while maintaining the many benefits people expect from the internet.
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‘Warsaw Process’ initiative promotes stability in cyberspace

An international partnership on Middle East peace is seeking to bolster cybersecurity amid increasing threats in the region and beyond.
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Why is America concerned about 5G?

5G technologies will provide the backbone for future economies. That's why it's imperative to protect 5G from untrustworthy companies and countries.
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Get smart: Core vs. edge in 5G networks [infographic]

As 5G mobile is built up, changes in technology affect the security of the new mobile networks. Old 4G frameworks are quickly becoming out-of-date.
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5G tech raises global intellectual property concerns

Stealing ideas hurts workers. As more of the economy becomes connected through 5G, it's vital that we have trusted networks to secure ideas.
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U.S. warns it won’t share intelligence with compromised partners

The view of the U.S. is that Huawei equipment in any part of 5G networks represents an unacceptable risk to national security.
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Australia, Japan and U.S. work toward maritime security

The three countries announced that they are committed to increasing the presence of maritime law enforcement in the Indo-Pacific region.