Posted on April 24, 2019
Representatives of the countries will speak at the CyberUK conference.
It comes amid reports the UK may be breaking from some allies by working with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Prime Minister Theresa May has given the go-ahead for the company to participate in building some “non-core” parts of a new 5G data network, despite concerns raised by the home, defence and foreign secretaries.
The US has been campaigning for allies to exclude Huawei, with Australia already siding with Washington.
It has previously said it has “serious concerns over Huawei’s obligations to the Chinese government and the danger that poses to the integrity of telecommunications networks in the US and elsewhere”.