THE NATIONAL SECURITY CHALLENGES OF FIFTH GENERATION (5G) WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

June 23, 2019

This paper was developed and written by a 5G Working Group operating under the auspices of INSA’s Cyber Council. INSA expresses its appreciation to the INSA members and staff who contributed their time, expertise, and resources to develop this report.

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