AdaptiveMobile Security provides the industry’s most comprehensive mobile threat defence and intelligence capabilities. With a unique blend of security expertise delivered as a managed service.
Constant protection and threat response services against current and future cyber threats to protect networks, nations and individual mobile subscribers.
Discovery & defence from new and emerging signalling threats.
Global view and analysis of signalling attacks.
Defending SS7, DIAMETER, GTP and 5G signalling interconnects from external adversaries.
Protecting 5G networks from internal and external attacks.
Real-time messaging traffic analysis & network protection.
Securing against phishing and spamming attacks that can damage reputation and A2P revenues.
Protecting A2P revenue leakage by closing grey route delivery paths and SIMBanks.
Enforcing commercial policies and gaining business insights to grow and protect A2P revenues.
Cyber Threat intelligence managed services.
Security-as-a-Service Cloud instance of our Messaging Protection solution for CPaaS providers.
Offering signalling security management and rapid analysis, response and remediation to signalling threat events.
Providing messaging security management and rapid analysis, response and remediation to messaging threat events.
Security and business intelligence services enabled by continuous supervized machine learning and security expertise providing managed threat detection, response, analysis and insight.
“The protection of our subscribers is at the heart of Globe’s cybersecurity strategy. Enea AdaptiveMobile Security understands that, and their strong cybersecurity background and intelligence allow them to go above and beyond in order to protect our network against both signalling and messaging attacks through their Network Protection Platform.”
Chief Information Security Officer at Globe
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This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the usage of mobile networks for various cyber-attacks as part of a warfare strategy.
As part of our research on how SS7/mobile network attacks could be used in hybrid warfare we reveal the Russian-connected HiddenArt mobile threat actor.
In this paper, we dig into the SMS technology, determining the security implications to consider for SMS as operators roll out 5G networks.