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Huawei 5GC Core is first to pass 3GPP SCAS Testing and GSMA NESAS Evaluation



Huawei’s UNC (MCE Solution), UDG (Slice Solutions), UPCF, and UDM (Telo Cloud) successfully passed the 5G Core (5GC) Security Assurance Specifications (SCAS) testing determined by 3GPP.

This joint operation is performed by SGS Brightsight in the Netherlands and the test result has been released on the GSMA website. With this achievement, Huawei 5GC has now become the first to pass 3GPP’s SCAS testing after the GSMA’s complete NESAS evaluation.


The NESAS is a standardized cybersecurity evaluation maintained by GSMA and 3GPP including main international carriers, equipment vendors, industry companions, and controls.

The security evaluations act as a mobile industry-wide network security evaluation framework that is efficient and open to exploring and measures the security limitation of a product.

Furthermore, it offers mobile industry threat analysis, definitions for critical assets, a methodology for security assurance, and general security assurance requirements.

SGS Brightsight:

This leading cybersecurity evaluation laboratory network for chip-based security products founded in the Netherlands 35 years ago. As of now, it has more than 100 experienced professionals staff members.

It is one of the world’s largest cybersecurity evaluation labs, whose evaluation results are valid across the globe. It has conducted its test over Huawei’s UNC, UDG, UPCF, and UDM, which passes with 100% results.

Last year, Huawei 5G wireless and core network equipment including 5G RAN gNodeB, 5G Core UDG, UDM, UNC, UPCF, and LTE eNodeB has passed the GSMA’s Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS).

(Via- Ithome)

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