In the 5G era, CSPs will need to go beyond providing basic network security and offer customers a trusted digital environment — one built around an automated, end-to-end approach to security operations. But how can they do that when a growing number of services, features and interfaces have broadened the attack surface, requiring security operations teams to deal with a higher volume and velocity of potential threats? And with the network divided into isolated slices and each 5G use case demanding different levels of security, the pressure to monitor, prioritize and respond to incidents could be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be.
Research Analyst, European Infrastructure Group
Cloud Market Development
Head of Software Industry Iniatives
It is clear from the first Nokia 5G Maturity Index that operators have plenty of ambition for 5G. However, most acknowledge they are uncertain about the actions they must take to achieve their goals.
Senior Principal Analyst, Analysys Mason
“It is clear from the first Nokia 5G Maturity Index that operators have plenty of ambition for 5G….
However, most acknowledge they are uncertain about the actions they must take to achieve their goals.”