ZTE Establishes ITU’s First Standard for Unidentified Network Threat Detection

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ZTE said it has established ITU’s first standard for unidentified network threat detection and prevention at the SG17 Plenary Meeting of Telecommunication Standardization Sector of ITU in Geneva, Switzerland.

The first ITU standard project for unidentified network threat detection and defense will become one of the core foundations for the network and telecommunications field to deal with advanced network threats and attacks. More importantly, it has laid the foundation for the unidentified threat defense of other related standard researches, such as the spam defense technology based on dynamic behavior detection, unidentified  threats detection and defense in 5G end-to-end telecommunications networks as well as in the IoT scenario.

Since August 2018, ITU has been involved in two seminars on Advanced Persistent Threat, inviting the industry experts to explore defense and detection solutions to advanced threats and attacks. In January 2019, ITU conducted another in-depth study on the applications and risks of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the field of security. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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