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Canales-Valenzuela, Carolina and Baltatu, Madalina and Costa, Luciana and Habel, Kai and Jungnickel, Volker and Koczian, Geza and Ngobigha, Felix and Parker, Michael and Siddiqui, Mohammad Shuaib and Trouva, Eleni and Walker, Stuart (2018) 'Security.' In: Marsch, Patrick and Bulakci, Amer and Queseth, Olav and Boldi, Mauro, (eds.) 5G System Design: Architectural and Functional Considerations and Long Term Research. John Wiley & Sons, 207 - 225. ISBN 978-1-119-42512-0

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Future 5th generation (5G) technologies are anticipated to address next generation network’s challenges and tackle the novel business requirements associated with different vertical sectors. This implies that 5G technologies will not only encompass new wired and wireless network technologies to support higher data rates, bandwidths, numbers of devices, etc., as elaborated in Chapter 2, but also need to be cohesively aligned from a technological as well as business standpoint with the different vertical sectors, for their optimized and efficient use of the network, for instance through customized network slices. Furthermore, convergence, automation and flexibility are expected to be intrinsic traits of any 5G system. The introduction of this multitude of complex new requirements and novel technologies immensely impacts the security landscape of 5G, and therefore the need to revisit its properties becomes essential.

Item Type: Book Section
Divisions: Faculty of Science and Health > Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, School of
Depositing User: Elements
Date Deposited: 22 Apr 2021 14:22
Last Modified: 22 Apr 2021 15:15

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