A journalist uses his mobile phone to take a picture of the 5G logo prior to the auction of spectrum for 5G services at the Bundesnetzagentur head quarters in Mainz, Germany, March 19, 2019. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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Global security officials agreed a set of proposals Friday for future 5G networks, highlighting concerns about equipment supplied by vendors that might be subject to state influence.Representatives from 30 European Union, NATO and countries such as the United States, Germany, Japan and Australia attended the meeting to hash out an outline of practices that could form a coordinated approach to shared security and policy measures.EU members have until the end of June to assess cybersecurity risks related to 5G, leading to a bloc-wide assessment by Oct. 1 . Using this, EU countries would then have to agree measures to mitigate risks by the end of the year.
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