A survey shows that over the past two years, 9 in 10 critical infrastructure providers have been hit by 2 or more cyber attacks. A majority of the cyber attack victims have had their environments damaged, leaving their systems out of action, after at least one attack.

Read more: Industry experts suggest gaps in cyber security infrastructure

Vodafone Australia CEO Inaki Berroeta has slammed the Australian government for banning Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei from participating in the forthcoming nationwide rollout of 5G and has said that the operator should be entitled to compensation.

Read more: Vodafone Australia CEO blasts government for Huawei 5G ban

ZTE a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today releases its 2019 Cybersecurity White Paper, which elaborates on ZTE's insights, principles, strategies, and practices concerning cybersecurity. The white paper concentrates on ZTE’s multi-layer security system and commitment to providing customers with end-to-end security assurance for products and services.

Read more: Chinese vendor releases its cybersecurity whitepaper for 2019

U.S. security concerns about 5G mobile networks built by Chinese telecoms giant Huawei appear to be driven by politics and trade rather than any evidence, the head of the U.N. internet and telecoms agency said on Friday.

Read more: ITU chief says allegations against Huawei unfounded and driven by politics

Huawei announced an AI Fabric Intelligent and Lossless Data Center Network solution at the Huawei China Eco-Partner Conference 2019. The solution has been verified by Tolly- the international authoritative test organization. The results of the test showed that in typical scenarios where data centers with AI technology, Huawei Ai Fabric performs very well in terms of networking solutions and is expected to lead a new era of lossless data center networks of great intelligence.

Read more: Huawei announces successful AI data center network solution

On Friday, the chipmaker, Samsung Electronics was warned of a potential 60 per cent plunge in the first quarter operating profits in the face of a weakening market for chipmakers.

Operating profits for the months of January, February and March are expected to be “approximately 6.2 trillion won” said Samsung Electronics in a statement, which is 14 per cent lower.

Read more: Samsung Electronics warns stakeholders of major slump in operating profits

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