In Focus: 5G and National Security

New In Focus now available on 5G and National Security.

From the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA):

Use of 5G components manufactured by untrusted companies could expose U.S. entities to risks introduced by malicious software and hardware, counterfeit components, and component flaws caused by poor manufacturing processes and maintenance procedures. 5G hardware, software, and services provided by untrusted entities could increase the risk of compromise to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of network assets. Even if U.S. networks are secure, U.S. data that travels overseas through untrusted telecommunication networks’ is potentially at risk of interception, manipulation, disruption, and destruction.

Each HSDL In Focus brings together short lists of resources in the HSDL collection that are highly relevant to current events.

Please Note: An HSDL account may be required to view some resources.

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Author: Jenna Hillhouse

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