The world – and Australia in particular as a remote country that must have the best possible links to the outside world – has benefitted hugely from the global standards we enjoy today – but recent events place those standards in greater jeopardy than ever before and we should do whatever we can to protect them.
ERNW senior auditors reviewed the Huawei 5G source code by using leading tools and methods as well as the industry’s best practices, and released a review report. The report showed that the source code quality is a good indicator that Huawei has established a mature and appropriate software engineering process for UDG. This is a convincing proof that Huawei 5G core networks are secure and reliable.
Law firm XenophonDavis points out that in his newly released memoir ‘A Bigger Picture’ former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull concedes that there was never any “smoking gun” evidence for banning Huawei from delivering 5G in Australia.
The Value of Cybersecurity Testing – Inside and Out What do aircraft, spacecraft, terrestrial vehicles, and the best new products and upgrades have in common? None succeed without extensive, rigorous testing. Why do strategies, plans, and policies for everything from disaster recovery to cybersecurity fail more often than anyone wants? Too often, it’s because they […]
Let’s Talk Podcast Episode 5 Cyber Security with Andy Purdy
Message to Australia: Banning Huawei solves nothing During the post-9/11 years I worked on Cyber Security for President George W. Bush and I saw how the United States government and the private sector worked together on addressing the emerging Cyber Security risk. Now times have very much changed and the US government finds itself in […]