BY-Sonit Jain, CEO of GajShield Infotech
5G networks carry huge potential in organizations all over the world due to their incredible speed and data transfer capabilities. Organizations are expected to use 5G networks for their work operations in a few ways. Operations in cloud storage, processing, computing and IoT are expected to be comprehensively enhanced by 5G technology. However, as they say, with big power comes bigger responsibilities. And so, the amazingly powerful 5G network will also need to have an amazingly capable and reliable cybersecurity infrastructure so that cybercriminals and other external entities do not cause damage to organizational data and breach information from cloud databases. Here are a few tips to beef up your 5G cybersecurity infrastructure:
Use powerful cybersecurity tools to secure IoT devices
IoT is generally one of the first targets of attacks from hackers due to its range of connectivity with other devices over a shared network. For hackers, getting access to one device in an IoT network may be the golden ticket to the entire network of devices. So, organizations must take special care of their IoT networks so that such interconnected damage can be prevented. Tools such as powerful antivirus and firewall systems for each connected device should be used, as must the deployment of reliable IAM systems for all users.
Resolve cybersecurity issues in cloud databases
Most of the big and reputed organizations use advanced cloud storage systems to virtually store highly confidential documents and other information. So, upgrading to a 5G network for organizational operations must also coincide with increasing the cloud data protection capabilities. Data security in these two areas: cloud storage and IoT can solve a good deal of cyber protection issues related to an upgrade to 5G. One needs innovative and highly effective data security tools that can resolve all your cyber protection issues. —–
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With over 26 years of industry experience, Mr. Sonit Jain has been working in the area of Information Technology since 1993. If you are working on any cybersecurity-related story, please do touch base, Sonit Jain would be pleased to contribute to the same.