New technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things ( and production have penetrated the good in our daily lives. The triptych AI, and production and 5G is one of the hottest topics of discussion among techies companies and telecommunications companies.
5G promises increased connectivity, zero latency and effective support for the growing number of devices and applications connected to the Internet.
So how can network administrators respond to these requirements? The answer is automation, based on mechanical learning. Specifically, what is needed is closed-loop automation (CLA).
CLA is not the perfect solution. However, it is effective as it offers continuous and complete real-time evaluation of network conditions, availability of resources and web streaming requirements to detect congestion and malicious traffic (or comes from network either from external sources). CLA uses this data to optimize it tools and its procedures. This will enable them to provide effective solutions to real-time malware.
According to experts, closed-loop automation is an essential tool for 5G network administrators.
CLA to enhance IoT security
IoT devices are their favorite target hackers. Recent reports have shown that cybercriminals they are constantly looking for new ways to attack. This is because most consumer IoT devices do not have sufficient built-in security. An exposed IoT device takes less than 43 seconds to break.
Some of the most popular DdoS packages have used malware software that targets and controls IoT devices. Devices are transformed into bots used in larger and more organized attacks. Over the last three years, IoT botnet attacks have grown and evolved a lot.
Vulnerable IoT devices in combination with the upcoming 5G network are increasing the range of potential attacks. To achieve the real-time detection and analysis process, network administrators must utilize automation to provide integrated IoT security.
CLA: Current level of adoption
Most network administrators are in the transition from 4G to 5G and many of them are increasingly focused on automation. Others believe CLA will only be more effective when 5G is completed. Everyone, however, recognizes its benefits and thinks it will be a very useful tool.