5G Security to Drive Enterprise Investment

| May 9, 2018

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Enterprise Chief Security Officers (CSOs) will have a big say in 5G investment decisions. Unless security options are diverse, customizable, open and transparent, CSOs won’t sign-off on new 5G use cases on the scale that telcos are hoping for. Key aspects of 5G security that enterprises will scrutinize include virtualization security, network slicing, edge use cases and endpoint security. Telcos and their 5G ecosystem partners have to get these right.

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