28.10.2021, 09.00 Uhr, Online-Konferenz

Security Aspects of 5G for Industrial Networks

This webinar will focus on the security requirements of industrial networks as compared to the respective requirements of public telecom networks and the security mechanisms of 5G to meet these requirements

The fourth stage of the industrial revolution, also known as smart manufacturing, heralds an entirely new era. Its goal is to significantly improve the flexibility, versatility, usability and efficiency of production systems and to make the vision of smart factories come true. In this context, wireless communication – in particular 5G – is a key enabler. It provides powerful and pervasive communication between machines, people and objects.

5G-ACIA’s mission is to ensure the best possible application of 5G technology and of 5G networks for the industrial domain. Join this 5G-ACIA Webinars to explore how 5G-ACIA is working on the framework design for Industrial 5G and ask your questions to the experts from 5G-ACIA.


This webinar will focus on the security requirements of industrial networks as compared to the respective requirements of public telecom networks and the security mechanisms of 5G to meet these requirements. Drawing on the content and conclusions of the associated white paper published by the 5G-ACIA Working Group 3 on Architecture & Technology, the webinar will also cover the security aspects in recent 5G-ACIA work items as well as the latest developments in 3GPP Rel.17 and the outlook for Rel.18/5G Advanced for industrial 5G network security. 


The Web Seminars are free of charge. We look forward to meeting you!

 

5G-ACIA

The 5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation (5G-ACIA) has been established to serve as the central and global forum for addressing, discussing, and evaluating relevant technical, regulatory, and business aspects with respect to 5G for the industrial domain. It reflects the entire ecosystem, encompassing all relevant stakeholder groups from the OT (operational technology) industry, the ICT (information and communication technology) industry, academia and other relevant groups (such as authorities or associations).

The overriding objective of 5G-ACIA is to maximize the applicability of 5G technology in connected industries, in particular the manufacturing and process sectors. 5G-ACIA works to ensure that 5G standardization and regulation efforts adequately consider the interests and unique characteristics of the industrial domain.



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