IT Home News May 13 According to Heart Sound Community News, Andy Purdy, Huaweis chief network security officer, interviewed C. SPAN about the U. S. call on allies to ban Huawei from 5G. Huawei may be one of the most reviewed and evaluated companies in the world, so any of our shortcomings can be identified and remedied, the cyber security official said.
Andy Purdy said on the topic of 5G network security, (this is) one of our strengths. I think its really an advantage. Huawei may be one of the most reviewed and evaluated companies in the world, so any of our weaknesses can be identified and remedied. We just want to talk to the U.S. government about possible risk aversion measures in the U.S. so that our services are both guaranteed and transparent.
Andy Purdy responded that our annual report states that less than 2% of our annual revenue comes from various funds provided by the Chinese government and that other competitors around the world will receive many such subsidies, so its not true to claim that we get a lot of money from the Chinese government.
For Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, Andy Purdy said that the whole process of litigation will be based on facts and laws, and the verdict must be based on facts and laws.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541