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Identity Confidentiality in 5G Mobile Telephony Systems

 Haibat Khan, Benjamin Dowling, Keith M. Martin
Description: While many mobile users may be comfortable with the fact that their service provider is able to identify them and track their geographical location ubiquitously, fewer are likely to be comfortable with an an arbitrary third party having this capability
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Consumer
Contributing Organization: IACR
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Identity Condentiality in 5G
Mobile Telephony Systems
Haibat Khan, Benjamin Dowling, and Keith M. Martin
Information Security Group, Royal Holloway, University of London

Haibat.Khan.2016@live.rhul.ac.uk {Benjamin.Dowling,Keith.Martin}@rhul.ac.uk


Abstract. The 3

Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) recently proposed a standard for 5G

telecommunications, containing an identity protection s ... See more

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