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ZTE opens new Cybersecurity Lab Europe in Brussels

Wednesday 10 July 2019 | 09:42 CET | News
ZTE has opened its new Cybersecurity Lab Europe in Brussels, Belgium. The aim of the centre is to allow easier external verification for the security of ZTE products, services and processes. The lab also wants to forge security cooperations. ZTE said the opening is part of the company's transparency initiative, which has seen the launch of two other cybersecurity labs in May, one in Nanjing, China and the other in Rome, Italy.

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Categories: General
Companies: ZTE
Countries: Belgium / Europe
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