Study finds Open RAN is not specifically ‘security by design’
Mobile operators face fines up to £10 million if they do not comply with the Act* which became law today. By Kate O'Flaherty.
Operators accused of putting themselves and users at risk
The joint launch of this new service extends Telefónica and Fortinet’s long-standing strategic alliance
Reports suggest the US Justice Department has struck a deal with founder’s daughter.
American operator 'left the gate open' according to Forrester Research.
T-Mobile US confirms data breach; can't say if it involved customers' data
IDC's new survey finds many vctims are held to ransom multiple times as attacks become more sophisticated.
Asian operators first, then Europe next.
The operator's enterprise unit says organisations face a cyber-attack every 45 seconds.
The UK's incumbent operator looks to enterprise cyber security as a new source of global revenues and products.
The US President has continued along the path taken by his predecessor.
The operator presented the findings of its internal investigation into why its network could not handle emergency calls for several hours.
BT is launching a new business unit to serve the 5.7 million UK firms with up to nine people working at them – about 95% of all UK businesses.
Neil J. McRae describes himself as a “space and technology nut”. As Annie Turner discovers, this drives both his personal and professional life.
The European Commission selected firms and research institutes to study design for the planned quantum communication infrastructure (EuroQCI).
This is according to a new competitive assessment by ABI Research.
It will work with BT and other partners on end-to-end quantum-secured communications.
The Australian mobile operator TPG was the first commercial adopter of Nokia AVA AI on public cloud.
The trailblazing initiative includes a proof of concept for network slicing and an on-going trial with the Norwegian Armed Forces.
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