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We speak with Keijo Mononen, Head of Security Solutions at Ericsson, to discuss the company’s solutions and the need for a zero trust approach

Founded in 1876, Ericsson has an extensive history in shaping how the world communicates. Today more than 40% of the world's mobile traffic passes through networks delivered by Ericsson, and the company manages networks that together serve over one billion subscribers.

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we sat down with Keijo Mononen, Head of Security Solutions at Ericsson, to discuss a number of topics ranging from the company’s solutions to advances in AI and the need for a zero trust approach.

A cybersecurity professional with 20 years of security experience in the field of telecom networks, Mononen begins by highlighting the breadth of Ericsson’s capabilities in the field of network security.

“We are building a solution on top of Ericsson's secure products and also multi-vendor third-party products,” he explains. “Our aim is to secure the network end-to-end, meaning from core to radio, but also vertically in the full stack from the operating system, cloud, cloud infrastructure and also telecom applications, and also utilising zero trust architecture principles for the mobile network.”

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