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US perspectives on security and privacy in 5G

New rules set by US regulator for wireless, 5G


5G-ENSURE publishes initial study on 5G risk assessment, mitigation and requirements

First steps towards a risk assessment and mitigation methodology for 5G security.


ETSI elects 5G-ENSURE expert as its NFV Chairman

ETSI establishes new structure for its NFV group to meet demands of forthcoming protocol and data model specifications.


Nokia and BT agree to collaborate on development of 5G

Focus is on potential customer use cases, Proof of Concept trials and the development of the emerging technology standards and equipment.

The 2nd Global 5G Event takes place 9-10 November in Rome under the theme “Enabling the 5G EcoSphere”.

5G-PARTNER SICS presents its work on TruSDN: Bootstrapping Trust in Cloud Network Infrastructure at SecureComm 2016


  • Hugo Tullberg

    We're very fortunate in the 5G PPP to have the 5G-ENSURE project working on 5G use cases. They’re an active contributor to the Pre-standardisation Work Group and we expect to see a lot of good technical outcome in 5G security domain coming out of this project.

    Hugo Tullberg / / Ericsson, chair of the 5G PPP Work Group Pre-standardisation
  • Pavlos Fournogerakis

    5G-ENSURE is the first 5G PPP project that deals with the horizontal area of security. In that respect, 5G-ENSURE will provide inputs to other 5G projects in defining the 5G security architecture, contributing significantly to the standardisation process in this area through participation in the most relevant standardisation bodies

    Pavlos Fournogerakis / Programme Officer at DG CONNECT Network Technologies Unit / European Commission
  • Petteri Mannersalo

    5G-ENSURE will define and deliver a 5G Security Architecture, shared and agreed across the various 5G stakeholders. It will specify, develop and release an initial set of useful and usable security enablers for 5G.

    Petteri Mannersalo / 5G-ENSURE coordinator / VTT, Finland
  • Luciana Costa

    Standardisation is crucial because it means we have common agreement on the most important technical and service requirements. Having security standards will ensure compliance to a common security baseline at network, service and product level. This guarantees global interoperability of 5G networks

    Luciana Costa / security consultant at the Security Lab Department / Telecom Italia Information Technology

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