The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the US telecommunications and technology regulator, has identified five Chinese technology companies, including Hawaii and ZE, as security risks.
The administration of US President Joe Biden is clearly continuing former President Trump’s crusade against Chinese technology companies. Recently released The Bureau of Public Safety and Homeland Security of the Federal Communications Commission, a division of the regulator FCC, lists five Chinese technology companies that are said to pose a threat to public safety.
The designated Chinese companies are Huawei and ZE, and Hydra Communications, Hangzhou Hygvision Digital Technology and Tahua Technology. The FCC has stated that these companies pose a particular threat to the security of public and private telecommunications and data networks, particularly in the United States.
Reason for publishing
The publication of the list should, according to the regulator, ensure that telecommunications and data networks can be trusted and that foreign capabilities have no unauthorized access to the data transmitted through these networks to the U.S. public and business. The FCC is legally required to publish this list.
Guarantee the security of future networks
In addition, the list should ensure that only trusted partners are involved in building future telecommunications and data networks. This will prevent the use and installation of faulty network equipment on these networks, which will pose a threat to the national security of the United States and its residents.
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