Enables the Chinese Huawei group cyber-espionage about its products? The scepticism in the world is a big place. Because the company is notorious for its lack of transparency. Germany has reservations about it.
Huawei is not only the second largest manufacturer of Smartphones in the world. The company also produces steering technology for Internet-distribution of nodes and data centers, so the ultimate technique for the control of data and telephone networks.
computer experts and intelligence officers have been warning for some time that this Internet and communications systems of the epitome of the critical infrastructure. The more accurate you have to watch, whom to entrust the construction and operation of this technology.
Huawei chief Yu struggles with the mistrust of other States.In the USA since a long time of authorities contracts, excluded
In the U.S., Huawei is excluded since a very long time by the authorities orders. After fierce political discussions, most recently also in Australia and new Zealand have decided that Chinese technology companies, must stay ahead of Huawei.
There is this nagging feeling, "is that the Chinese state could use the leadership of domestic companies, in order to harm us," says Roger Bradbury of the Australian National University. He runs in the Australian capital of Canberra, a broad research project on the topic of data and cyber security. "Modern telecommunications equipment and Software are technically so complicated that it is relatively easy backdoors into the systems," he explains. "The secret services could use such back doors to monitor secretly listen in, or data, or to sabotage even that."
Concrete evidence of possible espionage or Cyber-Sabotage by Chinese devices or components have not been open to the public. According to outraged China's state and party leadership over the exclusion of its flagship company. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang explains:
"The Australian government should know better. Instead, they bring all sorts of justifications, reached only by artificial and discriminatory barriers to trade. We ask Australia to let ideology and prejudices aside and to allow Chinese companies fair access to the market."