The Xinhua News Agency announced the opening of a cybersecurity lab in Brussels by the Chinese telecommunications company ZTE. During the opening ceremony, a spokesman for ZTE, Zhong Hong, said that representatives from all countries of the world could become clients of a laboratory that would provide cybersecurity. This service will also be available to regulatory authorities. In this way, ZTE will be able to better fulfill its obligations to improve security in the information and communication sectors. External verification of the safety of products and the technological processes of the Chinese company will become more ambitious. Thanks to the services that will be provided, the collaboration between ZEW and all security stakeholders will be closer.
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