Today’s University of Waterloo Announced the 5G and Beyond Mobile Network Technology Consortium to help develop 5G mobile networks and improve Canada’s safety and defence.
A team of computer scientists at Waterloo will lead the C$1.5 million multi-partner consortium. funded by the group Department of National Defense (dnd) through Defense Excellence and Innovation for Security (IDEAS) program.
The project will run for three years, and will involve collaboration with academic and industry partners from the Ecole de Technologie Supérieure in Montreal, University of Regina, Blackberry, Noviflow and Rockport Networks, with support from Rogers Communications Canada.
The consortium will develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems to detect cyber attacks on 5G networks. This will allow quick response and automated remediation to keep the network secure.
Other security requirements will be incorporated into 5G network slices using end-to-end network slice orchestration, which responds dynamically to an application’s security needs and the severity of threats, the announcement revealed. 5G network slice, or network slicing, is a network configuration that allows multiple networks to be built on top of a common physical infrastructure.
“Our mobile communication networks can be partitioned into fit-for-purpose networks using software, with varying degrees of isolation and quality of service to meet security and performance requirements,” said Dr Raouf Butaba. operate virtually with the level.” The project’s principal investigator and director of Waterloo’s Cheriton School of Computer Science. “However, network software also introduces vulnerabilities that can compromise services including slices. The consortium aims to deploy 5G network slices that not only have high performance, resiliency and reliability, but also the security required for critical applications The level has also increased.
The various solutions will be integrated with consortium partners and collaborative technologies to build a proof of concept. University of Waterloo-Rogers 5G tested,