16 Feb 2022 | Webinar – 5G Roaming Security Evolution
The GSMA’s 5G Mobile Roaming Revisited (5GMRR) Task Force has recently released Phase 1 of its latest guidelines for the new 5G roaming connections. Patrick Donegan, Founder and Principal Analyst with HardenStance, and Pieter Veenstra, Chairman of the GSMA 5GMRR Task Force, will present and discuss the background to this work, the implications of the Phase 1 work, and the road ahead in terms of the 5GMRR Task Force’s ongoing Phase 2 and Phase 3 documentation.
Among the issues that will be addressed in this webinar:
- Why GSMA is revisiting the implementation of 3GPP standards for 5G SA Roaming.
- 5GMRR Phase 1: the concluded solution for Bilateral 5G SA Roaming Connections.
- 5GMRR Phase 2 and 5GMRR Phase 3: the ongoing work in 2022 with the solutions for Roaming Hub, Hosted SEPP and Roaming Value Added Services.
Attendees will be the first to receive a new HardenStance White Paper addressing the subject matter of the webinar.
Patrick Donegan, Founder and Principal Analyst, HardenStance
Pieter Veenstra, Chairman of this GSMA 5GMRR Task Force and Senior Product Manager, NetNumber
Patrick DoneganFounder and Principal Analyst with HardenStance
Patrick Donegan is Founder and Principal Analyst with HardenStance. HardenStance provides trusted research, analysis and insight in IT and telecom security. HardenStance is a well-known voice in telecom and enterprise security, a leader in custom cyber security research, and a leading publisher of cyber security reports and White Papers. HardenStance is also a strong advocate of industry collaboration in cyber security. HardenStance openly supports the work of key industry associations, organizations and SDOs including NetSecOPEN, AMTSO, MEF, OASIS, The GSM Association, ETSI and The Cyber Threat Alliance. HardenStance is also a recognised Cyber Threat Alliance ‘Champion’. To learn more visit www.hardenstance.com
Pieter VeenstraChairman of this GSMA 5GMRR Task Force and Senior Project Manager, NetNumber
Pieter Veenstra works on NetNumber fraud and security solutions and services. He also holds several leadership roles on behalf of the industry including:
Chairman GSMA 5GMRR Task Force: focused on revisiting existing 5G roaming solutions in the 3GPP standards to define a scalable, usable, and secure solution that meets business and technical requirements.
Chairman GSMA RIFS Working Group: responsible for roaming interconnect fraud and security including the guidelines for SigFW deployments and the risks from interworking SS7, Diameter and HTTP/2 in combined 2G/3G/4G/5G roaming scenarios.
Editor GSMA 5G Security Guide: provides an overview of the evolving 5G Security standards, regulatory perspective, research insights 5G security vulnerabilities and mitigation guidelines.