With the release of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project’s (3GPP) Rel-16 standard, 5G networks are better positioned to address the critical communication needs of industries that operate and manage critical infrastructure. The digital revolution has enabled these private networks to develop as either physical, virtual, or hybrid systems, drawing governments and private sector companies’ interest.
This white paper presents a subset of several key findings from study that provide valuable security-related insight into investment priorities, architecture preferences, and control plane considerations.
When considering a private mobile network, choosing a cybersecurity partner with the right solutions and skills to address the unique security challenges posed by private mobile networks is germane to success.
With changing security landscape and increasing compute power and threat vectors, 5G security needs to embrace a holistic protection approach that includes not just the networks, but the end user and IoT devices. Learn about Palo Alto Networks' approach to 5G security with Scott Stevens, CTO for service providers at Palo Alto Networks.
Learn how 5G-Native Security protects all facets of the 5G infrastructure, including the user communications, applications, and data of business-critical enterprises, governments, as well as consumers.
With changing security landscape and increasing compute power and threat vectors, 5G security needs to embrace a holistic protection approach, that includes not just the networks, but the end user and IoT devices. Learn about Palo Alto Networks approach to 5G security with Scott Stevens, CTO for Service Providers at Palo Alto Networks
The roll out of 5G will open up fast connections to millions of devices, bringing with it opportunities to transform industries and allowing for massive adoption of the IoT. But with this connectivity also comes extra risk.
The Department of Defense (DoD) and agencies across the US federal government are preparing for 5G connectivity. With the promise of fast speeds, lower latency and stronger authentication mechanisms, 5G-powered networks present significant new benefits and exciting possibilities.
With industries moving toward automation and hyperscale, a wide range of use cases such as massive IoT, mission-critical IoT, smart cities, smart grids, and smart factories—to name a few—are on their way to coming into reality with 5G—the single most powerful enabler of ubiquitous connectivity between users, devices, machines, and systems. In the new era of 5G, mobile network operators have the opportunity to move up the value chain and capitalize on net-new opportunities of revenue generation. The market opportunity with 5G-enabled industry 4.0 innovation is massive. However, to live up to its potential, your mobile network requires a wide variety of advanced security safeguards to safely deliver 5G-powered applications and services. As you prepare for your network transition to 5G, look for six essential capabilities in your 5G-ready next-generation firewall.
Learn how the most advanced enterprises secure their private 5G networks. Watch Liia Sarjakoski, Principal Product Marketing Manager for 5G Security, walk through what built-in security features 5G networks provide and what organizations still need to secure separately.
Secure access service edge (SASE) and 5G are two of the biggest buzzwords in the network world, and according to Palo Alto Networks, the technologies represent an opportunity for managed service providers to drive revenues and combat a vastly expanded security perimeter.
Evolving network architectural changes vastly impact 5G security postures that mobile operators are required to adopt in their journey to 5G. As you prepare for your network transition to 5G, look for six essential capabilities in your 5G-ready next-generation firewall.
This eBook examines what Zero Trust means for 5G network environments, how to develop and implement an effective Zero Trust architecture, and how Palo Alto Networks takes a comprehensive approach to Zero Trust for enterprises.
In the APAC Service Provider markets, visibility becomes one of the higher value capabilities for 5G network deployments. As government and regulatory bodies enforce security requirements, 5G Security has become one of the most important conversations for new service developments. Learn more about this with Peter Molloy, Head of SP sales at Palo Alto Networks.
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