Brussels  — The EU warned on Wednesday of cyber-attack risks  to next-generation 5G mobile networks by state-backed entities and groups from outside the EU, saying it was crucial to assess the risks posed by telecoms equipment suppliers with a significant market share in the bloc.

The comments came in a report prepared by EU member states on cyber-security risks to next-generation 5G mobile networks whose timely launch is crucial to the bloc’s competitiveness in an increasingly networked world...

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