Cybersecurity for Mobile Networks and Ecosystems
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5G enables innovation and value delivery, playing an essential role in the evolution of enterprises, verticals, and economies. The growing importance of 5G and its underlying technology also expand the attack surface and make it an appealing target to a wide range of threat actors. Securing 5G infrastructure, services, and ecosystems is mandatory.
The need for energy- and space-efficient products in service providers’ infrastructures and services is evident. Power and space consumptions are an important factor when selecting solutions and vendors. Learn more about performance and form factor considerations for SecGW/SEG and CGNAT use cases.Download White Paper
The RAN is fundamental in an MNO’s ability to deliver upon the promise of 5G and growth. Representing a very significant part of MNO total cost of ownership, using the RAN to deliver ROI and growth while ensuring security and compliance is critical.
The value a mobile provider can provide lies in helping enterprises solve business problems via the evolution of 5G to a platform encompassing connectivity services, applications, and use cases. Cybersecurity as an integral part of any 5G platform serves as an accelerator and differentiator to gain their enterprise clients’ trust and business.
Security is a major inhibiting factor to IoT development and adoption. Cybersecurity must be part of a telco’s IoT services and solutions.
Service providers are leveraging the right cloud, at the right time, for the right reasons. Security must be maintained across these environments.
Going beyond connectivity, mobile providers are building capabilities and partner ecosystems to deliver industry-specific value and use cases with the goal of helping enterprises solve business problems. As a condition to services and solutions consumption, enterprises demand security and compliance. And MNOs need to deliver.
Industrial enterprises in different industry verticals are the early adopters of private and public 5G. And when it comes to technology in critical enterprise use cases, security is fundamental.
Meeting enterprise verticals’ cybersecurity and compliance needs while consuming 5G services requires cybersecurity visibility, enforcement, reporting, and automation.