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A Systematic Review on Machine Learning and Deep Learning Models for Electronic Information Security in Mobile Networks

Chaitanya Gupta, Ishita Johri, , Yuh-Chung Hu, Saeed Mian Qaisar, Kuo-Yi Huang
Published in Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Volume: 22
Issue: 5

Today’s advancements in wireless communication technologies have resulted in a tremendous volume of data being generated. Most of our information is part of a widespread network that connects various devices across the globe. The capabilities of electronic devices are also increasing day by day, which leads to more generation and sharing of information. Similarly, as mobile network topologies become more diverse and complicated, the incidence of security breaches has increased. It has hampered the uptake of smart mobile apps and services, which has been accentuated by the large variety of platforms that provide data, storage, computation, and application services to end-users. It becomes necessary in such scenarios to protect data and check its use and misuse. According to the research, an artificial intelligence-based security model should assure the secrecy, integrity, and authenticity of the system, its equipment, and the protocols that control the network, independent of its generation, in order to deal with such a complicated network. The open difficulties that mobile networks still face, such as unauthorised network scanning, fraud links, and so on, have been thoroughly examined. Numerous ML and DL techniques that can be utilised to create a secure environment, as well as various cyber security threats, are discussed. We address the necessity to develop new approaches to provide high security of electronic data in mobile networks because the possibilities for increasing mobile network security are inexhaustible.

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PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Open AccessYes