“Huawei Equipment Has Major Security Flaws, U.K. Says,” The Wall Street Journal, March 29, 2019. Absence of company-wide security practices at issue.
This one would send you scrambling for your crisis management manual. What happens when the US government says your product has a security defect?
It’s not really possible to manage what the US government says about you. How is this information being used? How do you manage the consequences? Is this just a part of the China-US trade spat? How do you deal with your customers? How do your customers react?
Maybe a slight departure from the normal focus of this blog. But involves having the right processes (Governance) and complying with those processes (Compliance). And a bit of Use and Information.