A federal cybersecurity vendor is spinning up a division dedicated to 5G networks, technology that “threat actors are watching and are looking to exploit,” according to Kevin Simzer, Trend Micro’s chief operating officer.
The transition to 5G technology will expose numerous cyber vulnerabilities, Simzer told Bloomberg Government.
The company announced last week that it would be establishing CTOne to focus on two 5G use cases: confidentiality and identity. Confidentiality will ensure that sensitive data being sent across a wireless network is secure and identity will authenticate network endpoints.
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