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IoT Security

Safeguard your mobile IoT security services.

How we can secure connectivity in the IoT world

Security breaches where personal data is stolen has sadly become commonplace in today’s digital age.  Even more terrifying are the security breaches where hackers gain access to a person’s home, peering through cameras, listening on microphones, and even unlocking your front door.  These are some risks posed by the Internet of Things (IoT).
Mobileum brings a wealth of experience to IoT. Our family of security products protects millions of cellular connections all over the world. By providing connectivity shielding that protects your IoT services regardless of the devices, we enable you to assume more responsibility, address customer concerns, and confidently grow your market.

Deploy a multilayered protection against IoT connectivity attacks

Without securing the underlying telecommunications technologies, M2M and IoT operations cannot be trusted as secure. As we have recently witnessed, a major concern in the industry is the fact that all networks contain critical vulnerabilities that can lead to service disruption. Whether we are talking about 2G, 3G, 4G, or even 5G technology, connectivity service providers (CSPs) need to be able to ensure confidentiality, data integrity, accountability, and availability to support the IoT service offerings.
Mobileum offers a unique firewall that enables multi protocol correlation across SS7, Diameter, GTP, MAP, SIP, CAMEL and HTTP/2. The multi protocol correlation is a powerful tool to enhance connectivity security when supporting IoT services.

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Mobileum’s IoT packet printing

Mobile Communication Service Provider (CSP), have a tremendous opportunity to extend its Security Value Added Services (VAS) that give its corporate customers the means to confidently deploy mobile IoT devices at scale. Mobileum’s IoT Packet Printing solution delivers carrier-class security, behavior analysis, and traffic intelligence for policy enforcement. Our artificial intelligence approach to IoT analytics allows us to identify device categories and according to traffic management policies in place, it can detect misuse and data plan protection to compromised or malfunctioning IoT devices.

The benefits of Mobileum’s IoT connectivity security

Assure Data Privacy
IoT service platforms includes both primary privacy-sensitive data (e.g. end user related data) and commercially exploitable data (e.g. such as actuator control data) which may also have some secondary privacy impact.
Stop IoT Fraud
As IoT becomes a reality and millions of devices start to connect to networks, an integrated approach to fraud and security is mandatory to uncover technical and business threats. Mobileum security tools can uncover threat implications for IoT services and their associated exposure to fraudulent activities.
Stop Traffic Interception
Cellular networks are much more secure than a normal Wi-Fi network, since service providers take advantage of encryption that protects users. Low security devices and non-cellular data connections can be risky because they leave data open to interception by outsiders, who could use traffic sniffing, eavesdropping, man-in-the-middle attacks and other exploits to gain access to data on the device.

Protection against uncovered hidden threats into the IoT connectivity

Whether consumer or industrial, security is possibly the biggest objection and barrier to accelerated IoT global adoption. Our firewalls monitoring and analytical tools can reveal known and new IoT security risks, allowing CSPs to take preemptive actions and implement the necessary countermeasures before their networks and IoT devices become subjected to attacks. To ensure a timely response to threats, despite a wealth of security attacks, Mobileum offers machine learning, and other advanced analytics as part of its firewalls to generate global IoT threat intelligence.

Proven scalability to secure IoT applications.

Taking into consideration the number of devices that are expected to connect in the next 3 years, the Internet of Things represents a major responsibility for CSPs in terms of signaling and security.  Given the continuous authentication and registration actions, increases in the data traffic, the unpredictable effects of unsecured devices entering into the network as well as the recurring hacker attacks, CSPs will need a robust strategy to protect their networks from known and unknown security risks. Our signaling firewalls are based on a proven, resilient, secure, flexible and cost-effective platform, currently managing over 100 billion MSUs per day worldwide. Mobileum's Active Intelligence is a Big Data Platform that combines several software tools to analyze the growing volume, velocity, and variety of data on Communication Service Providers (CSPs).

IoT Penetration Testing

Regular security risk assessments make it possible to continuously identify potential security risks and verify the efficiency of the controls in place to protect against threats. What makes IoT assessments more complicated, when compared with regular voice and SMS services is that now there is more hardware, software, playing along with a multitude of communication protocols. While security repercussions can be just costly “lessons learned” in the consumer IoT sector, the safety and legal implications can be colossal for industrial IoT.
Mobileum’s Penetration Testing is a service that searches for weaknesses in your signaling network to avoid costly data breaches when delivering connectivity for IoT solutions.

IoT as the driver for 5G deployments

The first generation mobile network (1G) was all about voice. 2G was about voice and texting; 3G was about voice, texting, and data; 4G was everything in 3G but faster; and 5G will be even faster. A number of factors, including increased demand from consumers and enterprises and the availability of more affordable devices, is driving the adoption of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT). We are seeing a low number of 5G networks being deployed as stand-alone networks, creating a landscape of multi-technologies all running at the same time.
Our connectivity security solutions can protect cases not only for 5G but also for all the existing 2G, 3G, and 4G technologies in place with cross-protocol analysis.