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One of the leading 5G security problems, according to experts, is the increase in the number of possible attack vectors as the number of network slices designed for different types of traffic increases. And given the enormous amount of sensors of the Internet of things and other endpoints that will be served by 5G networks, it would seem that virtually unlimited possibilities open up for attackers.
The notorious “slicing” of the core network into logical segments can stand in their way, which isolates them from each other, placing each in a kind of “quarantine”. That will give 5G networks more security than a “single” 4G network – each segment will have to be hacked separately