The ETSI virtual event, “Boosting the Impact of Research & Innovation through Standardization”, organized in partnership with TelecomTV regroups the most significant actors involved in this ICT framework and examines together what more can be done as we move beyond 5G deployments and begin researching new technologies and use cases for the 6G era.
Chrystel Gaber (Orange and INSPIRE-5Gplus) will make a presentation on “How research projects impact security standards: the example of INSPIRE-5Gplus”. In the talk the INSPIRE-5Gplus approach aiming at a radical shift in security management by designing and implementing a fully automated end-to-end smart network and service management framework that empowers not only protection but also trustworthiness and liability in managing 5G network infrastructures across multi-domains will be presented. In addition, it will be presented how the project and its results can be exploited by contributing to the ETSI NFV-SEC standard.
The ETSI virtual event includes much online content, interviews, status presentations and also several possibilities for the audience to interact with the expert speakers and panellists. The event will run over 24 and 25 November 2020.
The detailed Conference Programme and speakers’ biographies are available on the TelecomTV site.