Huawei would have become the first to pass the full 5G assessment of the GSMA Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS)
Huawei has excelled in the industry of technology by creating different devices mobiles. However, it has also stood out in the development of the 5G technology.
It was recently revealed that the company is the first to approve the security guarantee in 5G. According to the reports, the company had fully passed the GSMA Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS) evaluation.
“Huawei’s wireless networking equipment passed Security Assurance Specifications (SCAS) and 5G Core (5GC) tests. Defined by 3GPP (Third Generation Association Project) “
The GSMA is an organization “of mobile operators and related companies, dedicated to supporting the standardization, implementation and promotion of the GSM mobile phone system”.
The objective is to establish the specifications of a third generation global communications system.
The report details that the NESAS scheme “determines how secure a product is on the network. It also includes security assessments of vendor development and product life cycle processes and security assurance specifications ”.
The tests to Huawei were carried out by the SGS Brightsight network of laboratories in the Netherlands and after measuring the safety of the products.
According to the report, the brand passed the general safety tests, the service function, the transmission and the safety of operation and maintenance one hundred percent.
This reveals that the teams of Huawei comply with the trust and safety requirements and scheme, of the 5G technology.
This report comes after the tensions that have been experienced between the United States and the company of Asian origin.