In 2015, the ITU released its vision for communications in the year 2020 and beyond. Standards bodies, industry and governments have been hard at work to implement that vision. 5G have been networks rolled out (and many more are in the process) and consumers are now seeing wide choices on how to connect to 5G networks. While 5G has arrived, the overwhelming majority of subscribers are still using 4G devices and 4G networks cover a greater swath of landscapes in a country than 5G. What does a 5G network look like and how will telecommunications operators have 5G and 4G networks at the same time? What will the hops between 4G and 5G look like to police investigators. What will be different in 5G?
5G not only changes the architecture of the network, but how the network is built. Cloud, software defined networking and virtualization are key technologies being embraced as 5G network are built out. What does that mean for the architecture and how will this change the landscape? And, what does it mean to lawful intelligence?
The webinar series, Impact of 5G on Lawful Intelligence, is full of insights as to how high bandwidth, low latency and device volume will impact Lawful Intelligence gathering. It will explore how 5G will change the nature of crimes and how they are investigated, requiring new digital crime scenes and new investigative techniques.
Join Kevin McTiernan, SS8 Vice President National Government Solutions, for the second installment of our webinar series on the Impact of 5G on Lawful Intelligence, Making 5G. This webinar builds upon the basics covered in the first installment and provide how 5G networks are built and deployed.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
What a 5G network looks like
How 5G and 4G networks co-exist
The impact to Lawful Intelligence from technologies such as cloud and virtualization