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Enisa calls for action to reduce mobile signalling security vulnerabilities

Wednesday 28 March 2018 | 13:07 CET | News
The EU's network security agency Enisa has warned of possible vulnerabilities in the signalling techniques used on most mobile networks. Its study said EU and national lawmakers should think about regulating the matter, to set minimum security standards for signalling. 

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