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September 22, 2020

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FCC’s security advisors post report on securing 5G from legacy vulnerabilities

June 12, 2020 |
Charlie Mitchell

The Federal Communications Commission’s industry-led security advisory panel has posted a new working group report on vulnerabilities in the transition to fifth-generation networks, an expansive 67-page document examining risks inherent in leveraging 4G architecture to quickly deploy 5G networks and mitigation best practices.

The FCC’s Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council VII on Wednesday approved the report by its working group two on managing risk in the transition to 5G. A second report from the working group is coming...


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