Commdex Awarded 5G Mobile Security Contract by DHS
March 3, 2021 – Smyrna, GA – Commdex has been selected by the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency for a research and development award as part of their newly-launched Secure and Resilient Mobile Network Infrastructure (SRMNI) project. The SRMNI project is in direct response to the National Security Strategy dated December 2017.
Commdex will lead this effort along with its partner Nokia to focus on Fifth Generation (5G) Network Security, specifically developing and evaluating varying end-to-end security controls for 5G devices, 5G Radio Access Network, core, and transport network architecture. The project will produce a security and privacy architecture specification that aligns with commercial 5G architectures and adheres to 3GPP standards.
Prince Niyyar, Commdex’s CEO, said, “We are excited to assist CISA and S&T to defend critical infrastructure against the threats of today and tomorrow. We understand the trust that has been put in us and look forward to delivering innovative mobile security solutions to the DHS for end-to-end Security from the mobile device to the 5G core.”
Commdex provides network solutions to telecommunications service providers and manufacturers for the deployment of telecom networks, facilities and supporting systems. Commdex specializes in designing and implementing mission critical voice and data networks over Wi-Fi, microwave, land mobile radio and other technologies. Commdex offers a broad, rich portfolio of proven telecom solutions. Its solutions, services and methodologies have been tested and proven in hundreds of customer environments. Its customer base ranges from state, local and federal customers, to large enterprises and equipment manufacturers. For more information, visit Commdex at www.commdex.com.