- Describes the path and promise of 5G, the potential security implications therein, and United States and international policy responses as networks get deployed globally.
- Evaluates the key issues at stake for U.S. national security and innovation in 5G.
- Argues that the free market will provide better 5G security, and that the threat of Huawei and ZTE in the supply chain cannot be mitigated.
- Proposes actionable recommendations to enhance 5G security, while promoting U.S. and Western-valued leadership in the telecommunications infrastructure needed to power transformative technologies key to America’s economic and national security.
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About the author:
Andy Keiser is a Fellow at the National Security Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. Mr. Keiser is a Principal at Navigators Global and previously served 14 years on Capitol Hill for former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers – as Senior Advisor to the Committee, Chief of Staff, and Legislative Director handling all national security policy issues.