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Chris Sambar: AT&T, FirstNet Focus on Device, App Cybersecurity for Public Safety Network

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 24, 2017 — AT&T (NYSE: T) Senior Vice President Chris Sambar has briefed lawmakers on the continued collaboration between the company and the First Responder Network Authority to integrate cybersecurity into the development of the future nationwide public safety broadband network, ExecutiveGov reported Friday.

Federal News Radio reported Thursday Sambar told the Senate subcommittee on communications, technology, innovation and the internet that the team will focus on the security and functionality of devices and applications, support for traffic on an encrypted network and the creation of a 24/7 security operations center.

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