The National Security Agency (NSA), in partnership with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), and the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), published an analysis paper today which identifies and assesses risks and vulnerabilities introduced by 5G adoption. The Potential Threat
Three of the Defense Department's 11 principal directors of modernization within the Office of Defense Research and Engineering, discussed quantum science, 5G and directed energy.
This multi-part series explores a broad range of aspects regarding fifth generation (5G) wireless networks. In this final episode, 5G-oriented National Cyber Strategies are discussed and future 5G devices are examined.
This multi-part series explores a broad range of aspects regarding fifth generation (5G) wireless networks. This episode will discuss new 5G capabilities and applications, this includes mission-critical services, massive Internet of Things (IoT), and enhanced mobile broadband. It also explores potential cybersecurity concerns involving 5G technology and
This multi-part series explores a broad range of aspects regarding fifth generation (5G) wireless networks. This episode will discuss 5G infrastructure changes and examine the varying properties of different frequencies. Multiple private network architectures as well as INL secure wireless capabilities will be described.
This multi-part series explores a broad range of aspects regarding fifth generation (5G) wireless networks. This initial podcast episode will describe the basics of 5G, including the evolution of this wireless technology. It will touch on the potential applications it will enable and examine spectrum issues associated with 5G. If you were expecting the
Dr. Kutsche is the Director for Strategic Technology Integration at Idaho National Laboratory.
The Department of Defense has weighed in against a proposal before the Federal Communications Commission to open the 1 to 2 Gigahertz frequency range-the L band-for use in 5G cellular networks. The reason: segments of that range of radio spectrum are already used by Global Positioning System signals and other military systems.
The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, Fog computing, multi-access Edge computing and wireless grids has resulted in the widespread deployment of relatively immature technology. These technologies, which will primarily use fifth-generation (5G) wireless communication networks, are becoming popular because they can be deployed
Fifth-Generation (5G) technology represents the next step in wireless network opportunities, but it also introduces security and vulnerability concerns to these networks. 5G vulnerabilities to consider include those to its supply chain, deployment, and network security, as well as the potential loss of competition and choice. Join this webinar to learn