The Department of Homeland Security announced a new 5G strategy Monday, providing a five point plan to handle confusion caused by the pending massive overhaul to digital infrastructure.

The initiative, released by DHS's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, or CISA, calls for the following:

  • Support of 5G policy and standards development by emphasizing security and resilience
  • Expansion of situational awareness of 5G supply chain risks and promotion of security measures
  • Partnering with stakeholders to strengthen and secure existing infrastructure to support future 5G deployments
  • Encouragement of innovation in the 5G marketplace to expand the number trusted 5G vendors, and
  • Analysis of potential 5G use cases, with sharing of information on identified risk management strategies

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