As 5G is rolled out globally, mobile carriers will benefit from significant revenue opportunities driven by growth in the mobile market, from better customer service to new 5G-enabled business models. However, the industry also recognises that 5G will dramatically raise the stakes for those who are tasked with ensuring the security and reliability of these networks.
Security analytics and network visibility tools used by defenders collect as much useful data as possible to improve anomaly detection accuracy. This gives defenders proactive network security monitoring and alerting for attempted cyber-attacks or incidents that are in progress.
The view of the cyber threat landscape is very different depending on your perspective, this perspective is defined by what type of network you are protecting. Targeted cyber-attacks use an increasing catalogue of clever tactics and innovative attack vectors which are reshaping corporate and governmental security strategies, while wreaking havoc in consumer markets.
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