"Digitalization has been underway for many years, and a comprehensive security assurance is needed to be in line with risk appetite. Thinking about digital risk in terms of people, process, and technology to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) of information is a combination that many organizations will recognize," said Maxine Holt, Senior Research Director of Cybersecurity at Omdia. "Cybersecurity is a global challenge to which all players must contribute in order to achieve and maintain a secure and reliable 5G network with high performance."
"ZTE is all geared up and hopes to collaborate with customers and industry stakeholders to tackle the security challenges ahead," said Zhong Hong, Vice President and Chief Security Officer at ZTE. "We expect to build a secure and trustworthy 5G network to enable a better digital life for everyone."
Moving forward, ZTE will continue to maintain transparency and openness and adopt a risk-based approach for managing security throughout the product lifecycle. Moreover, the company will conform to regulatory requirements and technical standards, implement assessments, and obtain the certifications required by customers and regulators.
The white paper is available here.