IEEE Workshop on 5G & Beyond Wireless Security (Wireless-Sec) 2022
- Piscataway, United States
- May 02, 2022
Future wireless systems will necessitate a paradigm shift in how they are networked, structured, configured, optimized, and automatically recovered based on their operational conditions. People, data, processes, and objects are all being brought together in the new Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) applications to meet our daily demands. Adaptive services and applications are gaining popularity as software-defined networks arise, as they enable the automatic setup of devices and their parameters, systems, and services in response to changes in the user’s context.
The future Fifth Generation and Beyond (5G&B) wireless networks, which are more than just a 4G upgrade, are projected to form the backbone of IoT and CPS, supporting IoT systems by expanding coverage, lowering latency, and increasing data rate. However, providing durable connectivity to accommodate the huge number of frequently resource-constrained IoT and other wireless devices has various obstacles. As a result, existing communication protocols and techniques are not suited owing to various unique aspects of new applications, such as low latency, low cost, low energy consumption, and robust and dependable connections.
Given the limits imposed by heterogeneous IoT and CPS systems, it is critical to have security by design in 5G and Beyond wireless networks. Their goal is to promote 5G security via design development. Wireless-Security 2022, a planned INFOCOM workshop, will provide a place for academics from academia, government, and industry to share ideas, present new discoveries, and provide future perspectives on these themes.