ZTE confirms security hole in U.S. phone

Reuters

ZTE Corp, the world's fourth largest handset vendor and one of two Chinese companies under U.S. scrutiny over security concerns, said one of its mobile phone models sold in the United States contains a vulnerability that researchers say could allow others to control the device.

Deutsche Telekom makes mobile security partnership

On Monday, Deutsche Telekom announced it has signed a partnership with Lookout Inc., a smartphone security company, to deliver a mobile security application to Deutsche Telekom's European customers.

ZTE planned U.S. computer sale to Iran

Reuters

China's ZTE Corp, which recently sold Iran's largest telecommunications firm a powerful surveillance system, later agreed to ship to Iran millions of dollars worth of embargoed U.S. computer equipment, documents show.

CloudPassage raises $14 million in funding for cloud security

Reuters

Cloud security startup CloudPassage has raised $14 million in second-round funding, with an aim of helping businesses like Foursquare, StrongMail, and others secure their data in the cloud, the company announced Wednesday.

China calls Australian ban on Huawei unfair

Reuters

Australia's decision to ban Huawei Technologies from bidding for contracts in Australia's $38 billion high-speed broadband network is unfair and Beijing is "deeply concerned," China's Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.


"The Australian side should not, without any proven facts, keep companies away from normal competition for so-called security reasons," Shen Danyang, a ministry spokesperson said in a statement on the ministry's website.

Eurotech launched biometric face recognition system for security applications

Eurotech, a supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, last week announced the launch of SekuFACE, a new family of IP-based Biometric Face Recognition Systems that target demanding security applications where intelligent association of personal identity and permission rights is needed.

Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient, ARM form mobile security joint venture

Reuters

British chip designer ARM Holdings said on Tuesday it was linking up with SIM card manufacturer's Gemalto and German technology firm Giesecke & Devrient to increase security for services running on smartphones and tablets. The companies said the joint venture would drive adoption of a common security standard in mobile devices, such as smartphones using Google's Android operating system.

How telecoms can help power the SMB cloud revolution

The software revolution sparked by mobile apps and marketplaces is now spreading to business users, particularly small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Developers are creating an increasing number of sophisticated, cloud-based business applications that can be used to manage everything from email marketing and web conferencing, to project management and security.

ADTRAN launches session border control for enterprise IP business gateways, routers

ADTRAN Inc., a provider of next-generation networking services, on Tuesday announced that Session Border Control (SBC) software functionality has been added to its enterprise business gateways and routes. SBC has been added to its NetVanta 3430 and 6000 series, as well as its Total Access 900e IP Business Gateways.

Australia blocks Huawei from broadband tender

Reuters

Australia has blocked China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from tendering for contracts in the country's $38 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) due to cyber security concerns, Huawei said on Monday.

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