In a speech at the Royal Institute of International Studies, a foreign policy think tank, Martin said: "The sharing of confidential information between partners depends on the criteria agreed by both parties, extremely cautious and strictly regulated; this has always been the case, and this will always be the case. It has nothing to do with discussions about public 5G network security."
Martin said that although he admits that there are "very realistic security risks" associated with mobile network upgrades, the debate is easy to "fall into areas where certain arguments are technically untenable."
Robert Strayer, a senior State Department cyber security official, warned Britain in April that Washington saw the Chinese telecom giant as a danger and hoped allies would ban its participation, the report said.Mobile phoneNetwork upgrade.
Stryer said, pushHuaweiThe move to participate in the UK's 5G network will force the United States to reassess the UK's ability to “share information and connectivity” as it currently does. He also stressed that economic and military cooperation may also be undermined.