Fifth-Generation (5G) technology represents the next step in wireless network opportunities, but it also introduces security and vulnerability concerns to these networks. 5G vulnerabilities to consider include those to its supply chain, deployment, and network security, as well as the potential loss of competition and choice. Join this webinar to learn
The Internet of Things The Internet of Things (IOT) is based upon the integration of commercial TCP-IP networks with ubiquitous, embedded, Control Systems hardware attached to such things as wall plugs, speakers, lights, cameras, thermostats, and multiple other domestic appliances. To date the implementations have been networked at the home or facility end
A group of academics have found three new security flaws in 4G and 5G, which they say can be used to intercept phone calls and track the locations of cell phone users.
A new vulnerability has been discovered in the upcoming 5G cellular mobile communications protocol. Researchers have described this new flaw as more severe than any of the previous vulnerabilities that affected the 3G and 4G standards.
How would you like to download a 2GB movie in six seconds or less? Well, this next-generation wireless technology will soon be available with the launching of 5G wireless networks along with compatible cellular technologies. Watch this companion CSIAC Video Podcast: https://www.csiac.org/podcast/5th-generation-5g-technology/ Before we get to 5G,
This podcast is a breakdown episode where the CSIAC discusses current topics in further depth. CSIAC tries to breakdown the complexity of the topic. The 5th generation (5G) of wireless technology will soon be available with the launching of 5G wireless networks along with compatible cellular technologies. 5G is built on the 802.11ac Institute of Electrical