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Webinar: Applying XDR to broadband critical networks’ cybersecurity – CCW 23

The security posture of critical communication networks, which are undergoing a relevant change moving from narrowband to broadband, keeps constantly changing. 4G and then 5G network architectures introduce fundamental new challenges for security.

4G “all IP” networks and 5G more “flexible” architectures with slicing and core network exposure capabilities together with a wider eco-system of stakeholders, call critical communication network operators for a renewed, focused and more agile approach to cybersecurity to protect critical communication services.

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • Why and how security operations and threat detection should evolve from simple security monitoring via security information and event management (SIEM), to a security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) approach and ultimately move to extended detection and response (XDR).
  • How XDR integrates multiple security tools and security information under a single system with threat intelligence which is specific to broadband networks, to ultimately enable secure critical communications.

So don’t miss this webinar which address some, more than ever, important aspects of critical communications.

The session has been sponsored by Nokia, a 4G/5G and mission-critical networking market leader.


Filippo Gaggioli Head of Product Introduction – Security & Business Application – Digital Trust, Nokia

Thomas Rehberg Head of Public Safety and Aviation Market Segment, Nokia

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