5G-ENSURE is the flagship project for security and privacy in the 5G PPP of the European Union under Horizon 2020 (public private partnership on 5G infrastructure).
In this newsletter you’ll out where you can meet the 5G-ENSURE team in November and learn about our outputs to address security and privacy challenges in 5G networks.
5G-ENSURE partner, b<>com, hosted the project’s 4th Plenary Meeting on 11-13 October. Over the 3 days, partners took stock of its achievements as it approaches the end of its first year in a 24-month project. The first cycle of project coincides with the initial definition of a 5G security architecture, in agreement with other 5G PPP projects contributing to the Security Work Group (chaired by 5G-ENSURE), and the first set of implemented enablers. A visit to the test bed was one of the highlights of the meeting to get a first-hand look of this key project asset, launched in August 2016.
The 2ndGlobal 5G Event takes place 9-10 November in Rome under the theme “Enabling the 5G EcoSphere”. 5G-ENSURE will be showcasing its outputs so far at an Exhibition Stand. The conference agenda features high-level policy and industry keynotes with plenty of opportunities to debate key topics spanning standards and deployment of 5G.
Come and visit the 5G-ENSURE stand to learn more about latest developments in 5G security.
5G-ENSURE partner, Oxford University, is presenting the research results on Wifi-based IMSI Catcher at Black Hat Europe, 3-4 November 2016 in London. The presentation will introduce two new approaches which exploit authentication protocols that operate over WiFi and demonstrate how users may be tracked on a range of smartphones and tablets.
5G-ENSURE partner, University of Southampton IT Innovation Center, will give a talk at the UK's National Security and Resilience conference on 9 November 2016 in London. The talk focuses on trust and security modelling, including the Trust Builder defined in the framework of the 5G-ENSURE project. IT Innovation is leading the development of a new trust model for 5G future networks as key to building consumer confidence.
5G-ENSURE has received funding from the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation H2020 under grant agreement No 671562 | Duration November 2015 / October 2017
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