Britain 'believes Huawei 5G security risks can be mitigated'

Trade tensions China’s President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump

The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has reportedly concluded that the potential infrastructure threats could be mitigated, despite other nations having recently outlawed Huawei equipment.

A NCSC spokesperson said:"The National Cyber Security Centre is committed to the security of United Kingdom networks, and we have a unique oversight and understanding of Huawei engineering and cyber-security".

The conclusion, which contradicts US claims about "risks" posed by Huawei equipment, has been reached by Britain's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), according to the sources cited by FT.

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Huawei, the Chinese telecom giant, also a world leader in 5G technologies, has been accused by the USA of conducting espionage with its high-speed telecommunications systems. Huawei has always denied it is in collusion with its government.

The US government is trying to "fabricate an excuse for suppressing the legitimate development" of Chinese enterprises, said the spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, Geng Shuang.

Despite today's reports, the official findings of the NCSC investigation may not be made public for some time, with a DCMS spokesperson telling the FT that the review of 5G security is "ongoing". He accused the United States of using "political means" to interfere in economic activity, "which is hypocritical, immoral and unfair bullying".

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The U.S. Justice Department last month unsealed charges against Huawei, its chief financial officer - who had been arrested in Vancouver - and several of the companies' subsidiaries, alleging not only violation of trade sanctions but also the theft of trade secrets.

Despite the controversy and the USA ban, there hasn't been any publicly available evidence that Huawei has ever spied on the Chinese government.

The U.S. lacks a leading corporate player in the 5G supplier game, fuelling suggestions that Washington's drumbeat of fear is propelled by commercial worries as much as security and legal concerns.

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Britain's National Cyber Security Centre admitted last summer that it had concerns about the engineering and security of Huawei's networks.

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