5G will change the world - but who will keep it safe?

A newly installed 5G antenna system made by Ericsson for the AT&T's 5G wireless network is shown high atop a building in downtown San Diego, California, U.S., April 23, 2019

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Amy Jordan
Lead, Cybersecurity Delivery, World Economic Forum
David Rogers
Lecturer on Mobile Systems Security, Oxford University
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The 5G rollout is well and turly underway - albeit much further along in the Far East
The 5G rollout is much further along in the Far East Image: Deloitte / Statista
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