Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei said that it is actively engaged with the Indian government and telecom operators, and is ready to put up its “source code” for screening and testing to allay security concerns.
“In the UK, the government had set up a test center, and we had put original source code in that center for full screening and testing. In 2010, there were security concerns in India, and we had given committed to the Indian government to put our source code. We were the only one to do that. We are ready to do that now,” Jay Chen, Huawei chief executive officer in India said.
Chen said that there hasn’t been any evidence that proves security-related allegations against the company’s products and solutions. “There has been no proof. All telcos have chief security officers that work with our security officer.”
Source: The Economic Times