A recent article in The Economist questions whether it is safe and secure to trust a company's computer network to a Chinese company. The specific concern in that The Economist article related to "a Chinese company with connections to the Chinese government and the People's Liberation Army (PLA)" that would be providing services inside the corporate firewall. An unnamed former member of the U.S. Joint Chief of Staffs minced no words about this: "We'd be crazy to let [that Chinese company] on our networks, just crazy!"Assuming that these fears are justified, what do you do if you can't avoid (or don't know if you can avoid) working with Chinese companies on sensitive matters? Not all of us (or our businesses) can "travel light" everywhere, all the time. But in an increasingly inter-networked world, how can you rely on your business...
Should You Trust Your Network To A Chinese Company?
|Author:||Mr Colin Zick|
|Profession:||Foley Hoag LLP|
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