Ashritha is a 2022 computer science graduate. She is currently working as a software engineer at Cisco. She has a demonstrated history of working in the field of Research (AI/ML), Network and Software Engineering, Content Creation, & Digital Marketing during her college days and internships. Ashritha enjoys learning about new tools and technologies, whether it be via projects, global certifications, assessments, hackathons, etc. During her leisure, she likes to paint or read fiction or play a random song/ tune on the violin until her mom terms it as "noise".
5G-IoT Security: Protecting the Next Generation of Connected Devices is a topic that explores the security challenges and solutions for the integration of 5G networks and IoT. The increased speed and connectivity of 5G networks bring new security challenges for IoT devices. This topic covers the specific threats and vulnerabilities that arise with 5G-IoT integration, such as device spoofing and man-in-the-middle attacks. It also covers various security solutions, such as network slicing, secure boot, and secure device management, that can be implemented to mitigate these challenges. Additionally, it will also provide an overview of the best practices, standards and case studies of 5G-IoT security deployments, as well as a future outlook for the field. Overall, this topic is highly relevant and necessary for ensuring the security of the next generation of connected devices in a 5G-IoT world.