The 5G-ENSURE project is consulting stakeholders in the areas of security work on the future network including other 5G-PPP Projects that can provide relevant input.
The focus of the consultation is to receive feedback on 5G security and privacy challenges, priorities, solutions required and to understand how to drive 5G standardisation to ensure that security is correctly addressed. Another objective is to initiate and sustain constructive external relationships over time with key 5G players on the security vision and priorities.
In particular, 5G-ENSURE welcomes points of view, perspectives on future technological advances in the 5G security domain, the foreseen risks, impact and mitigation measures. Listening to stakeholder concerns and feedback can be a valuable source of information to evaluate how the project activities are in line with vertical market expectations, helping to improve project activities and outcomes, and better addressing security aspects in Standards Developing Organisations.
The consultation (to be found here) closes on 20 May 2016. Results will be presented during the 5G-ENSURE workshop that will take place in Sophia Antipolis, France on 16 June 2016.