The Internet of Things, that network of products and objects using digital communications to connect and exchange data with other devices and systems, is becoming increasingly common in our everyday world; but Dr Lennon Chang of Monash University believes it also represents a significant opportunity for cyber criminals to carry out a much wider range of both cyber-dependent and cyber-enabled crimes.
5G is the newest set of technologies for broadband cellular networks, making mobile phones, homes, fridges and even toilets smarter and more efficient.
The technologies open many doors for us, as it’s much faster and more stable. More homes are now built as smart homes using 5G technologies, including lighting systems and energy control.
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