The entire country is waiting for the launch of 5G for years, every citizen is eagerly waiting for its launch. It is going to be a trademark in the history of science and technology. The introduction of the 5G network would help use it in many ways. The users can access the internet very easily with no time.
Recently, the version has expanded its 5G ultra Wide and services into more cities in the United States. Samsung also joined with them through their 5 devices such as Galaxy A51 5G and A71 5G. 5G connection will completely disrupt all the connectivity and more specifically the Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity.
Cisco has come up with a report, according to this report, they predicted that the 5G is faster broadband which is 10 to 20 times faster than the 4G network will enable a number of 12 million mobile-ready devices and Internet of Things connections by 2022 which was only 9 billion in the year 2017. This is good news for the rising number of smart devices.
There is a lot of attacks are occurring by IoT devices and the inherent vulnerability of these attacked devices makes them easy to hack. It takes only less than 18 seconds for an Internet of Things device to attack the device once it is connected to the Internet.
The bandwidth and latency of the 5G internet connection gives a rise to additional threat vectors within CSP networks. There are security solutions available in the market that can protect laptops and mobile phones. And it is clear and proved that only network-based solutions can offer this kind of comprehensive level of security.
There is a huge number of security solutions which can be used to operate at the Internet level which can discretely protect the IoT devices from virus, attack, malware, and botnets by identifying and blocking the infections using network traffic. These network-based value-added services can be used to give an additional security system to the customers who use IoT devices. So CSPs are working together to offer complete protection to the customers to defend existing and new IoT connections from complex attacks.