Even so, Nokia’s 2020 Threat Intelligence Report mostly found falling infection rates in mobile networks but expects a rise next year as 5G is more widely deployed.
This week the Swedish equipment vendor’s Q3 numbers were boosted by sales in China – but Sweden banned Huawei and ZTE from its networks.
Telefónica Tech Ventures is supported by ElevenPaths, Telefónica Tech’s cybersecurity arm, and Telefónica Innovation Ventures (TIV).
Coming soon to a mast near you: ABI Research reckons it will have 75% of market by 2030; Rethink Research says 58% by 2026.
The acquisition should further Mavenir's casuse in telco, industry and private enterprise networks markets.
In a blog, Jason S Boswell, Head of Security, Network Product Solutions at Ericsson outlines his concerns about security.
The Financial Times reports officials and ministries informally telling telcos to avoid Huawei equipment.
The two have collaborated since 2012 and have had a strategic alliance since 2018 when Wayra, Telefónica's global open innovation hub, invested in the firm.
Deutsche Telekom (DT) is adding SkyKick Cloud Backup to its Microsoft service portfolio, with "even higher security standards" plus support to set it up.
Reuters reports French operators cannot renew licences to use the Chinese vendors’ kit once they expire in a maximum of eight years’ time.
They plan to help businesses of all sizes detect, respond and recover from cyberattacks.
5G promises to be faster and lower latency, enabling multiple new use cases, business models and services. But, asks Kate O’Flaherty, how secure is it really and what’s being done to address vulnerabilities?
John Grant, Chairman of ISG NIN, ETSI, explains why we need to be less reliant on IP in future and alternatives to the venerable protocol suite that served us so well for so long.
Telefónica-owned O2 has completed a project to advance the development of cybersecurity testing capabilities for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
ElevenPaths is part of Telefónica Tech which has a strategic collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to ease enterprises’ migration to the cloud.
What a difference a year makes. This time last year, 5G deployment was just getting underway in earnest. Now the technology is all over the globe, but there were signs deployment could be slowing, even before COVID-19.
As debates rage about the ethics of apps tracking people to help understand and combat the spread of COVID-19, incompetence is as big a worry as ill intent.
Over half (57%) of business and technology decision-makers surveyed by Accenture said they believe 5G will be “revolutionary”, while 79% expect the technology will have a significant impact on their business.
Gartner warns that many infrastructure and operations (I&O) issues are not obvious now, but will “cascade” as the use of AI and edge computing proliferates.
An announcement by the American Commerce Department gave permission to US companies for “specific, limited engagements” with Huawei for the next 90 days.
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