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.
It’s early days but several telcos are implementing blockchain networks and offering solutions to enterprises, according to GlobalData.
A new malware tool is being used by Chinese hacking group APT41 to monitor and save SMS traffic from specific phone numbers.
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has created new Industry Specification Group on Securing Artificial Intelligence (ISG SAI).
Telia has sounded the alarm that a new Russian law could have serious impacts on users with respect to freedom of expression and privacy.
Global communications company Havas Group has selected Telefónica Business Solutions to manage cybersecurity across its global footprint.
Global security leaders agreed a set of non-binding proposals on Friday, aimed at securing 5G networks.
Callsign's technology will improve fraud detection and prevention for 3 Group customers.
The German regulator, Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), has published new security requirements for telecoms networks and services.
ETSI’s Technical Committee on Cybersecurity has released a new specification to help secure sensitive data in virtualised environments.
Orange has acquired 100% of SecureData Group and its consulting subsidiary, SensePost.
BT has become the first international telecoms company to receive nationwide licences from the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Newbie provides assurance for blockchain-based privacy services to be demo’d at MWC19.
Orange has again demonstrated putting its multi-sector strategy into action in the hunt for new revenues.
New research from BlackBerry finds that many consumers don’t trust connected devices such as cars, drones, health monitors, TVs, security cameras and speakers.
Mobile network, Three UK, is partnering online safety organisation, Internet Matters, to help protect young people from potentially harmful effects of the internet and mobile devices.
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