For enterprises and service providers that use Multi-access
Edge Computing (MEC), 5G Multi-access Edge Computing Security not
only provides security at the subscriber, equipment, and network
slice level, but also at the protocol level through stateful inspection
for Packet Forwarding Control Protocol (PFCP) traffic in 5G networks.
This level of security protects and secures devices and users that
connect to MEC, as well as applications hosted on MEC, from attacks
such as Denial of Service (DoS) and spoofing, as well as other potential threats
such as vulnerabilities, malware, and viruses. 5G Multi-access Edge
Computing Security delivers granular visibility and control, as
well as context-based visibility into threats.
The following platforms support 5G Multi-access Edge Computing