3GPP Non-Public Network Security

  • Anja Jerichow Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
  • Betsy Covell Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
  • Devaki Chandramouli Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
  • Ali Rezaki Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
  • Atte Lansisalmi Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
  • Juergen Merkel Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany
Keywords: Security, verticals, non-public network (NPN), standalone nonpublic network (SNPN), public network integrated non-public network (PNINPN), private networks.

Abstract

The 3GPP Rel-16 5G System focuses on enabling support for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for Industry 4.0. Building blocks of 5G supporting use cases and requirements from the manufacturing sector are extreme mobile broadband, massive machine-type communication, ultra-reliable critical machine communication, non-public networks, time sensitive communication, 5G LAN communication, precise positioning. While for all of them, security plays an important role, the focus of this paper is on the 3GPP Rel-16 architecture and security concept of 5GS Non-Public Networks.We conclude with insights on the challenges for using 5G in the Operational Technology Industry.

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Author Biography

Anja Jerichow, Nokia Bell Labs, Munich, Germany

Anja Jerichow leads the Converged 5G Security project within Nokia and drives the vertical security work item in 3GPP SA3 among her other responsibilities as security expert in 3GPP and GSMA.

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Published
2020-01-01
Section
Special Issue on 3GPP 5G Security