5G technology has come to stay and will definitely open new perspectives for Cyprus, said Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy Kyriakos Kokkinos, speaking at the fmw webinar on the implementation of 5G in Cyprus.
According to a press release of the organizer, Mr. Kokkinos said the new technology will offer many benefits in important sectors of our economy, while accelerating the digital transformation of our economy and society.
He added that 5G will open new professions for our young people, who should integrate high technology, cybersecurity, information technology and mathematics into their careers.
For his part, the Commissioner for Communications – Digital Security Authority, George Michailidis, said that his Office monitors the developments of new technology and takes all measures for its smooth implementation. He also pointed out that his Service is in contact with the communication companies to reduce the cost of the internet in Cyprus.
As mentioned in the announcement, on behalf of CYTA, Chrysis Finiotis presented the benefits that CYTA customers will have from 5G and spoke about a new era in the field of technology. He also spoke about CYTA's readiness to successfully apply the new technology, leading Cyprus to the new digital age.
Finally, on behalf of SYTEA No. Anastasiadis raised the issue of cybersecurity and the legal implications of the implementation of 5G, emphasizing that all actors must work for its safe success.
The event was moderated by fmw CEO and journalist Joseph Joseph.
The main Sponsor of the conference was CytaMobile – Vodafone and Communication Sponsors the monthly financial magazine nomisma and the homonymous website nomisma.com.cy
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