Date, time & venue
2018-02-23;19:00 – 20:30;Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Room: FJ302)
Organized by: Electronics and Communications Section, IET Hong Kong
Date: 23 February 2018 (Friday)
Time: 19:00 – 20:30
Venue: Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Room: FJ302)
Fees: Free of charge
No. of Participants: Max. 60 (first come first served)
Deadline of Registration: 21 February 2018
Enquiry: W K Leung (E-mail: email@example.com)
Virtualization, containerization and softwarization technologies enable telecommunication systems to realize multi-tenancy, multi-network slicing and multi-level services. However, the use of these technologies to such ends requires a redesign of the telecommunications network architecture that goes beyond the current long term evolution-advanced (LTE-A). This talk gives the view of fifth-generation (5G) telecommunication systems and architecture risk and vulnerability, and how to conceive to handle multi-tenancy, multi-network slicing and multi-level services security. On one hand, 5G telecommunication systems require to deliver the network flexibility, elasticity and traffic fluctuation in the network design. On the other hand, 5G convey two independent standard systems into one unity system using cryptograph and tokenisatiin technique to secure the subscribers, tenants, physical network elements and virtual network entities. A currently overview of 5G security is also given in this talk.
About the speaker
Dr Stan Wong is the 5G Testbed Manager of Digital Catapult in UK. He was the Research Fellow, King’s College, University of London and an IT consultant in South East Asia, responsible for all the operations support system, big data products and metro ethernet deployment. He is one of the winners of European metro ethernet deployment and European Commission Collaborative Spectrum Sharing Prize. He is the leader of Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme “5G novel radio multiservice adaptive network architecture (5G NORMA) security”. He was also the leading editor of the chapter on “5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP) security work group trust model”. He has been invited to give a number of information and communications technology (ICT) security talks including a talk on 5G security to International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in September 2017.