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GSR 2023


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ITU Workshop on "Security for 5G and beyond"​
Geneva, Switzerland
22 August 2022
​9:30 - 9:45
​Opening Remarks

Master of Ceremony: Xiaoya Yang, ITU-T Study Group 17 Counsellor
​9:45 - 11:25
Session 1: Understanding the current status of 5G security and identifying improvements towards 6G

This session provided a platform for knowledge exchange of on-going 5G security activities. It described 5G [IMT-2020] security gaps and present new security directions for 6G [IMT-2030].

Moderator: Heung Ryong Oh, ITU-T Study Group 17 Q2 Co-rapporteur | Chief Researcher, Standardization Division, TTA , South Korea

Part 1: Status of 5G security standardization in SG17
Part 2: 5G domestic activities
​11:25 - 11:40
Group Photo +  Coffee Break​ - Kindly supported by: 
​11:40 - 13:10
​Session 2: Initial architecture and concept for 6G security 

This session provided a better understanding of the 6G [IMT-2030] threat landscape and identify an initial architecture and novel security concepts for 6G. It also developed an understanding of the security challenges in IMT-2030.

Moderator: Keundug Park​, Professor, AI & Blockchain Research C​enter, Seoul University of Foreign Studies | Q10/17 Associate Rapporteur | ITU-T JCA-IdM Co-chairman
13:10 - 14:30
Lunch Break
14:30 - 16:00​
​Session 3: Fundamental security requirements and functions for 6G 

This session identified challenges that need to be addressed and fundamental security requirements and functions for building 6G security including strategies for transition from 5G security to 6G ​security.

Moderator: Kyeong Hee Oh​, CEO, TCA services | Q14/17 Co-rapporteur
​16:00 - 16:20
Coffee Break​ - Kindly supported by: 
​16:20 - 17:30
​Session 4: Panel discussion – Collaboration and coordination on IMT-2020 and beyond security standardization activities 

This session provided an understanding of how the standardization community can work together to develop 6G security standards and explore opportunities for collaboration on new topics and in ongoing work as well as identified mechanisms to facilitate collaboration and harmonisation of standardization activities for 5G security and beyond.

Moderator: Koji Nakao​, NICT, Japan | WP3/17 Chairman 
​17:30 - 17:40
Wrap-up, summary of workshop outcomes and closing remarks