Establishing the right security approach across 5G networks is critical and requires consideration of some new requirements and challenges, while recognizing there are a few myths that need to be debunked.
Wide adoption of cellular IoT (CIoT) technologies for low-power wide area network (LPWAN) connectivity is enabling industrial digitalization. In particular, Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) is one of the CIoT technologies well-suited for the LPWAN connectivity standard. Complete visibility and control of the NB-IoT traffic on both signaling/control and data planes is essential to secure your CIoT services against DoS attacks from weaponized devices, malware, ransomware and other vulnerabilities.
K2-Series 5G-Ready Next-Generation Firewalls prevent successful cyberattacks targeting mobile network services, IoT devices and subscribers by providing robust, prevention-oriented security to build resilient and high-value mobile networks for a secure 5G digital economy.
The monetization capabilities of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms needs a fresh approach beyond standard rating and charging designed for connectivity usage. As communications service providers (CSPs) embrace more innovative IoT business models, they are struggling to address these opportunities with their connectivity-oriented IoT platforms.
Palo Alto Networks® Security Operating Platform includes a comprehensive set of mobile network features that significantly enhances application-layer protection and visibility across all network peering points.
The service provider (SP) business landscape is dominated by shifting subscriber requirements and a changing competitive climate. Technology advancements and service-level expectations are disrupting what has long been the principal objective: to nurture the core business and ensure a robust recurring revenue stream. These evolving business dynamics require new strategies to help you achieve sustained success.
Data security for service providers focuses on two core issues: maintaining network availability and preventing data loss. Failure in either area can damage your reputation and impact your business. Attacks can interrupt your core business and disrupt your bottom line. Be ready.
With IP traffic predicted to grow at a 24 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 20211, optimizing your network to improve efficiencies and reduce costs has become a top priority. At the same time, creating new revenues to offset rising network costs is imperative.
Deployment and management of individual virtualized network functions (VNFs) has proven to be a significant challenge for Service Providers. To solve this problem, F5 has developed a set of unique prepackaged, preconfigured Network Function Virtualization (NFV) solutions that simplify your virtualized network.
A fundamental premise of network functions virtualization (NFV)-based networks is that software functions must be executable anywhere in the cloud. This white paper documents both the current and future role of the VNFM, including how it is evolving from simply managing VNFs to focusing on the optimal approach to scale individual instances.