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Huawei, First to Pass GSMA’s NESAS Evaluation in Major Technological Breakthrough


In routine testing procedure performed by SGS Brightsight, Netherlands, Huawei passed the 5G Core (5GC) Security Assurance Specifications (SCAS) testing under 3GPP guidelines. This major technological breakthrough has qualified Huawei’s UNC, UDG, UPCF, and UDM to become the first to pass the GSMA’s complete NESAS evaluation.

NESAS is a cybersecurity evaluation system that is outlined by GSMA and 3GPP. The NESAS tends to act as a mobile industry-wide network security evaluation framework that is efficient and open to evolution also measuring the security of a network product. The NESAS offers the following:

  • Mobile industry threat analysis
  • Definitions for critical assets
  • Methodology for security assurance
  • General security assurance requirement
What is SGS Brightsight?

SGS Brightsight is one of the world’s largest cybersecurity evaluation labs. The SGS lab was founded in the Netherlands almost 35 years ago. Evaluation results generated by SGS are recognized worldwide. The security tests conducted by SGS Brightsight on Huawei’s UNC, UDG, UPCF, and UDM were all passed at 100%.

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