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Telecommunications Networks: Addressing Potential Security Risks of Foreign-Manufactured Equipment: Congressional Testimony
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Statement of Mark L. Goldstein, Dir., Physical Infrastructure Issues, GAO. The U.S. is increasingly reliant on commercial communications networks for matters of national and economic security. These networks, which are primarily owned by the private sector, are highly dependent on equipment manufactured in foreign countries. Certain entities in the federal government view this dependence as an emerging threat that introduces risks to the networks. GAO was requested to review actions taken to respond to security risks from foreign-manufactured equipment. This testimony addresses (1) how network providers and equipment manufacturers help ensure the security of foreign-manufactured equipment used in commercial communications networks; (2) how the federal government is addressing the risks of such equipment; and (3) other approaches for addressing these risks and issues related to these approaches. This is a public version of a sensitive report issued in May 2013. Information deemed sensitive has been omitted. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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