OneLayer delivered a 300% return on investment (ROI) to its valued utility customers when securing private 5G/LTE networks.
OneLayer Tapped to Secure Private 5G Networks at Two of Israel's Leading Hospitals
While private mobile networks create new security considerations for enterprise security leaders, proactive measures can be taken to mitigate these risks and stay a step ahead. In this article, we provide the following areas to focus on in 2023 as private mobile network security earns a spot on the CISO priority list.
The 5G security integration with OneLayer prioritizes robust security and continuous operations for Druid Software’s clients, including system integrators and their private cellular networks.
Cybersecurity and telecom providers from around the world can now test their technologies and use cases in OneLayer’s digital twin private network environment
At a time when manufacturing facilities are increasingly implementing LTE and 5G networks, OneLayer addresses the need for enterprise-grade security ensuring organizations achieve the return on investment expected from their private networks
OneLayer teams up with Nokia and Cellcom to secure hundreds of doctors’ carts, patient beds, and medical devices connected via cellular networks.
Public cellular networks have been around for years, and many security tools keep them running. Likewise, enterprise IoT networks are not new, and a wide variety of great security solutions have been developed to protect these networks. So why is a different security solution necessary for private cellular networks?
As the manufacturing sector modernizes, facilities are increasingly reliant on IoT and connected devices. But, what are the security risks and challenges of private cellular networks for Industry 4.0? What are the differences from a security perspective between enterprise IP and private cellular networks? So, what should we do for a better tomorrow? What is the solution?