Many countries are investing seriously in their 5G network, especially in Asia – China leading the way. But beware: more connectivity through 5G networks also comes with increased cybersecurity threats. As new technology links both the physical (OT) and virtual world (IT), 5G security risks will have wide security impacts. To overcome these security challenges, researchers need to build security regimes that protect not only 5G infrastructure and services, but the applications and IoT device
They say, “Common Sense is Instinct; Enough of it - Genius.” Let us prove a path toward cyber brilliance. Cybersecurity hygiene has never been as important as it is today. At home workers are now doing business remotely, putting in more hours and dealing with new situations they have never experienced. For many, this change is both stressful and distracting. These changes have upended the traditional workday and, in many cases, our concentration, which introduces risk. Even the most securi
Huawei Technologies and its 5G network construction work around the world have created concern in many quarters. The chief cause for this con cern is the perception that Huawei networks have a unique potential for exploitation by Chinese intelligence services.
A Wapack Labs review to determine the scale of this problem showed that Huawei is in fact involved in 5G infrastructure development in many countries. Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, and Canada have been using Huawei equipment to set u
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