Providing consistent and immediate security enforcement, using distributed real-time autonomous AI policy decision engines. Enabling frictionless security from attack for all subscribers with no end-point visibility.
We provide the industry’s most comprehensive defence capabilities. Our unique blend of security expertise, deep-dive telco knowledge and real-world implementation skills forms the foundation of our capabilities, ensuring the security of mobile services today and in the future.
Security intelligence services enabled by continuous supervised machine learning and security expertise providing continuous threat response, analysis and intelligence. Monitoring and assessment of evolving suspicious activity within our global deployments across every continent, 24 hours a day, every day.
Advanced threat detection and mitigation methods through industry-first research and collaboration. First to market in the Telecoms industry for innovative security defences, threat discovery and managed Cyber and Telecom Security offerings. With the strongest 5G security team and world class 5G security research; predicting and protecting against multiprotocol mobile security attacks.
In recent weeks our expert Threat Intelligence analysts at AdaptiveMobile Security have seen the rise of SMS spam attacks relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are sharing our intelligence from the US and Canada on the volumes of COVID-19-related spam complaints we are seeing.
As an industry, mobile services providers, suppliers and the GSMA have worked together to create a framework of recommendations covering the various network protocols involved in mobile network internetworking. From GSM MAP and CAMEL using SS7, LTE/IMS using DIAMETER, SIP/ISUP for VOICE and GTP-C for mobile data services. Corresponding interconnection security recommendations such as FS.11 (SS7 Interconnect Security Monitoring and Firewall Guideline) and FS.19 (Diameter Interconnect Security) have provided a basis for navigating the task of securing mobile networks effectively. It is clear that whilst these defences when implemented with an active firewall have been effective at significantly enhancing network security, attackers have not been deterred. In particular well organized and well-funded nation state intelligence and privately operated organizations have continued to attack networks with increasing sophistication and deception
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