IoT : Security & Challenges of 5G Network in Smart Cities

  • Devasis Pradhan
  • Hla Myo Tun
  • Ajit Kumar Dash


The fifth era (5G) will overwhelm in the brilliant urban areas where 5G gives every one of the offices most extreme security and privacy. As to administrations, superfluous mishap rates are expanding with digital assaults also, dangers. All security issues for 5 G-based framework will confront many difficulties like secure transportation administrations which is one of the 2030 drives in quite a large number nations. Safeguarding the infrastructure is then extremely significant of 5G-empowered IoT sharing of information against these assaults. This requires the analysts working in this space to propose different sorts of safety conventions under various kinds of classes, as key administration, client validation/gadget confirmation, access control/client access control, and interruption discovery. As the interest for portable information develops, versatile administrators and makers are confronted with a problem. There is a limited measure of radio recurrence range accessible at any one second, yet to satisfy client interest, they should further develop limit and convey higher correspondence rates. This paper gives bits of knowledge into the basic issues and challenges connected with the security, protection, and trust issues of 5G network.

Keywords: IoT, security,privacy,5G,smart cities,access control


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Pradhan, D., Tun, H. M., & Dash, A. K. (2022). IoT : Security & Challenges of 5G Network in Smart Cities. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT) ISSN -2350-1146, 8(2), 45-50.