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    Content Assessment: Connectivity Challenges? Considering Military Movement Risks from 5G Networks (CCDCOE)

    Information - 88%
    Insight - 92%
    Relevance - 89%
    Objectivity - 90%
    Authority - 93%

    90%

    Excellent

    A short percentage-based assessment of the qualitative benefit of the report from the NATO CCDCOE on potential military movement risks resulting from the use of 5G networks.

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    Background Note: Shared for the non-commercial educational benefit of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals, this recently published research report from the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) explores potential military movement risks resulting from the use of 5G networks.

    Publication from CCDCOE*

    Military Movement: Risks from 5G Networks

    By Veeli Oeseig, Rokas Salasevicius, Hendrik Ploom, Andreas Palm Alar Kuusik, Tony Lawrence, and Kadri Peeters.

    Overview

    In 2020, the United States and Estonia assigned the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence to conduct a two-year project on 5G supply chain and network security. The project addresses the technical, strategic, legal, and policy issues of new-generation telecommunication infrastructure for NATO allies and close partners. This research report is the second publication of the project.

    The report examines a potential NATO military movement scenario in 2030 and its associated interactions with 5G technology in relation to seaports and road transportation. Smart seaports and digitalised transportation corridors were chosen as the most likely use-case environments for 5G applications in the given time horizon. Aspects of military movement practicalities are considered along with the evolving technological landscape. Descriptions of the two use-case environments are followed by an analysis of related security risks and their mitigation measures.

    The report aims to raise awareness among decision-makers about how the quick development of 5G in the commercial setting will interact with future military movements and the resultant strategic decisions the Alliance must make to avoid being caught off guard. It also examines the opportunities and related cyber threats of private networks dedicated to specific uses. The recommendations of the research are grouped into three categories: policies and standards, system security, and specific recommendations related to the use-cases.

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    *Shared with permission based on educational and non-commercial distribution.

    Publication Source: NATO CCDCOE, 2022. Military Movement: Risks from 5G Networks. [online] Tallinn: NATO CCDCOE Publications. Available at: <https://ccdcoe.org/uploads/2022/06/The-Rights-to-Privacy-and-Data-Protection-in-Armed-Conflict.pdf> [Accessed 11 July 2022].


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