JUL 16, 2020 | US | EUROPEAN UNION
NATO and 5G: Managing High-Risk Vendors
WIIS Voices, July 16, 2020
In this podcast, BSA’s Isabelle Roccia and Clodagh Quain, Policy Analyst at the Institute of International and European Affairs, discuss their recently co-authored policy brief, NATO and 5G: Managing “High Risk” Vendors and Other Outsourced Infrastructure. They explain how 5G technology is impacting strategic decisionmaking across multilateral organizations like NATO and the essential role of software for responsible 5G governance and managing supply-chain risk.
This podcast is produced by Women in International Security (WIIS) Brussels. It is part of a five-episode series exploring “What’s Next for NATO in a Digital Age?”
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