Security Informed: "The U.S. Ban Has Set Off A Level Of Concern About Chinese Companies That Will Have An Industry-Transforming Impact"

SecurityInformed (the US edition of SourceSecurity) has published an article: What's Next For Hikvision And Dahua Post U.S. Congressional Ban?, key quote:

The result of these developments is a kind of snowball effect, simultaneously drawing attention to the issues and adding new elements to an overall narrative. Taken together, these developments suggest the U.S. ban has set off a level of concern about Chinese companies that will have an industry-transforming impact in the months to come.

I think this is correct and most people who read IPVM, regardless of side, have come to this conclusion.

It is noteworthy though that an advertiser-funded publication (e.g., SourceSecurity has written a number of Hikvision marketing whitepapers) would acknowledge this publicly.

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