Security Edge Protection Proxy (SEPP)
The Security Edge Protection Proxy (SEPP) is an essential 5G Core Network Function that provides protection for signaling exchange between roaming Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) at the 5G interconnect control plane level.
Evolving 5G Security for the Cloud
Download this 5G Americas white paper, “Evolving 5G Security for the Cloud,” that covers security threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigations for deployments of 5G cloud infrastructures as new services and use cases are developed.
Mavenir’s Cloud-Native Open vRAN and Packet Core Achieves GSMA NESAS Security Process Conformance
Mavenir is the 6th global mobile network provider to receive accreditation, joining vendors including Nokia, Ericsson, and Samsung to have undergone an assessment and independent audit of their development and product lifecycle processes to evidence how security is integrated into their design, development, implementation, and maintenance processes.
5G Security and Supply Chain – How America Can Lead
Join Mavenir’s John Baker, SVP, Business Development for a webinar discussion on ‘5G Security and Supply Chain – How America Can Lead’ on November 2nd.
Open RAN Players Press US Security Benefits
Mavenir joins market leaders to position Open RAN for the security of domestic networks.
Mavenir Extends AI and Analytics Portfolio to Enable Mobile Network Optimization, Automation & Security
Mavenir extends AI and Analytics Portfolio to enable closed-loop automation and drive digital transformation critical for 5G AI use cases.
Key Security Differentiators in Open RAN
Open interfaces defined in the O-RAN technical specifications provide increased independent visibility and the opportunity for an overall enhanced and more secure system.
Open RAN Security Based on Zero Trust Architecture
A zero trust architecture (ZTA) is a cybersecurity architecture that is based on zero trust principles and designed to prevent data breaches and limit internal lateral movement. Support of a zero-trust architecture requires each O-RAN component to comply with established functionalities and protections. O-RAN Alliance  has identified several guiding principles.
Security in Open RAN
Despite misconceptions, open interfaces, defined in the O-RAN technical specifications, provide increased independent visibility and the opportunity for an overall enhanced and more secure system.