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Secure 5G

Fifth generation wireless technologies are essential to the future prosperity and security of the United States, but malicious actors seeking to exploit these technologies pose significant risks and vulnerabilities. NTIA is engaged in a number of efforts to help ensure that 5G networks and the broader telecommunications supply chain are secure. These efforts include:

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Joint Statement on 5G/Open RAN Information Sharing and Telecommunications Resilience and Security Between the United States and Australia

September 14, 2022

The Australian Department of Home Affairs and the U.S. Department of Commerce, as represented by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), issue the following joint statement following today's meeting between Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil, Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves, Department of Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo, and NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson.

Remarks of Acting Assistant Secretary Remaley at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles

Thank you. It’s wonderful to be back at MWC, and to be with all of you in person. We meet this week on the cusp of an historic opportunity. The President has set a goal of connecting all Americans to high-speed, affordable Internet, and the Senate agreed, passing a bipartisan bill to invest $65 billion in broadband. NTIA supports the President’s call to connect every American, and we stand ready to do everything we can to meet that goal.
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