Based on current 5G network security status and requirements from telecom operators, this white paper provides an overview of the goals and the architecture of 5G endogenous security, its capabilities and key requirements. Conclusions are made to telecom operators and equipment vendors on effective collaboration to promote the development and adoption of 5G endogenous security.
5G has been experiencing rapid development and become the key enabler to society’s digital transformation and national sustainable economic growth.
This white paper analyzes differentiated cyber security risks and security solutions in the context of such 5G application scenarios as manufacturing, energy, and ports, aiming to guide vertical industries on how to build and deploy appropriate cyber security capabilities, while also improving the security level of 5G applications.
This white paper shows that MEC is most typically employed for smart factory, smart grid, smart driving, healthcare, entertainment, and digital media scenarios, and these industries represent the largest potential future markets for MEC.
This specification targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for 5G Sub-6GHz Chipset, Module and Device products testing. It not only stipulates the 5G device function and performance test in lab for NSA Mode (Option 3/3a/3x) and SA (Option 2), but also provides evaluation criteria for basic functions and performance in the 5G test.
•Promote the integration of 5G and vertical industries
•Build the ecosystem of 5G for industry globally
•Promote deeply cooperation between MNO, ICT and OT partners