A new Lawfare Institute e-book, "Huawei, 5G and National Security: A Lawfare Compilation," is now available on Kindle.
What are the national security implications of 5G technology? And how concerned should we be about Chinese companies like Huawei getting a foothold in 5G networks? Featuring chapters originally published as articles on Lawfare, this new ebook from the Lawfare Institute gathers contributors’ recent expert analysis on various issues surrounding these vexing 5G challenges. Useful to 5G novices and experts in the field alike, the information and insights in this compilation shed light on the crucial intersection of communications technology and national security.
The e-book allows full-text searching across the articles and is available here.
Chapter 1: "Keeping Huawei Hardware Out of the U.S. Is Not Enough To Secure 5G," Tom Wheeler and Robert D. Williams
Chapter 2: "5G Networks Must Be Secure and Reliable," Jim Baker
Chapter 3: "Huawei and Managing 5G Risk," Herb Lin
Chapter 4: "Is Huawei a “Foreign Power” or an “Agent of a Foreign Power” Under FISA? Insights from the Sanctions Case," Bobby Chesney
Chapter 5: "Huawei Technology v. U.S.: Summary and Context," Stephanie Zable
Chapter 6: "A Risk Analysis of Huawei 5G," Nicholas Weaver
Chapter 7: "The Risks of Huawei Risk Mitigation," Alexei Bulazel, Sophia d’Antoine, Perri Adams, and Dave Aitel
Chapter 8: "On Risk Mitigation and Huawei: A Response," Herb Lin
Chapter 9: "The Technical Consequences of Trump’s Telecom Supply Chain Emergency," Nicholas Weaver
Chapter 10: "The Confused U.S. Messaging Campaign on Huawei," Justin Sherman and Robert Morgus
Chapter 11: "Do Patents Protect National Security?" Charles Duan
Chapter 12: "What Congress Is (and Isn’t) Doing on 5G," Margaret Taylor
Chapter 13: "Rethinking Encryption," Jim Baker
Chapter 14: "Setting the Stage for U.S. Leadership in 6G," Martijn Rasser