[Premiering 7/6 at 1PM ET] States Risk Massive Security Breaches By Using “Low Cost” Chinese Computer Equipment | #itsecurity | #infosec

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We had an opportunity to sit down with Roslyn Layton and discussed the national security and political implications of the United States outsourcing its manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and electronics to China.

Layton informed me that state governments are using Chinese-made equipment that is banned for use at the federal government level over technology and privacy concerns. There currently is no continuity between the levels of government that states can look to for a list of potentially hazardous technical equipment that is vulnerable to cyber intrusion. Because of this, equipment is being used by state-run agencies like the Department of Elections and others that collect large amounts of personal data from their citizens that are at a high risk of being collected and handed over to the Chinese regime.

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