Arlington, VA — University of Maryland, Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) and C-3 has entered a consulting service agreement to investigate 5G security. C-3 will help ARLIS to review, investigate and identify critical issues related with 5G architecture and securities. Furthermore, ARLIS will leverage C-3’s extensive experience to design a plan to develop and implement a software-defined radio (SDR) and software-defined network (SDN) based 5G testing facility to experimentally evaluate 5G systems’ security and vulnerabilities.
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