Huawei’s US chief security officer says he’s been called a traitor for defending the Chinese tech giant. But he says his goal is to 'promote a safer cyberspace'
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Andy Purdy, Huawei's US chief security officer, once served with the Homeland Security Department where he helped launch the National Cyber Security Division.

He says he's been called a traitor for his role at the Chinese tech giant, even though he maintains that his goal is to "promote a safer cyberspace."

Experts disagree with the way he frames Huawei's dilemma and the roles of governments, including the US and China, in addressing the challenges of cybersecurity.

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