May 28, 2013
by NewEurope

A new cyber security directive that is currently being assessed by the European Parliament includes a section about defending European interests by not relying too heavily on foreign technology.

The recent concerns voiced by the United States authorities about Huawei and ZTE products echo this on concern. But with today’s global supply chains, how realistic is it to try to limit the country of origin of technology and is it even a problem?

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