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Communication and Telecommunications

Due to its critical importance and broad scope, this sector faces a range of unique and complex cybersecurity challenges.

Challenges the industry faces

5G Infrastructure Protection

Fifth-generation networks feature increased bandwidth, reduced latency, and support for a larger number of connected devices.

Threats to wireless networks

The proliferation of Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies increases vulnerability to attacks aimed at data interception or unauthorized access.

Supply chain attacks

Attacks on equipment and software suppliers create vulnerabilities in central network systems, posing risks to the entire sector.

Identification and access

Key task is to prevent unauthorized access to resources and data.

Internal threats

Employee threats: unintentional errors or deliberate actions aimed at data theft or compromise.

Data theft

Telecommunication companies process and store vast amounts of sensitive data, including personal information, call data, and messages.

Cybersecurity Trends in Telecommunications

  • Increased cybersecurity spending: Telecommunication companies are increasing investments in cybersecurity, aiming to protect their networks and customer data from the constantly evolving threat landscape.
  • Rise in cybersecurity incidents: The number of incidents in the telecommunications industry continues to grow, highlighting the need for improved protection measures and incident response.
  • Shortage of cybersecurity professionals: The industry faces a shortage of qualified professionals, making the fight against threats an even more challenging task.
  • Expenses
  • Incidents
  • Shortage of specialists

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Our solutions for communications and telecommunications

Enhanced Network Security

  • Extended Detection and Response (EDR): Implementation of EDR systems for real-time monitoring and response to suspicious activity on endpoints.
  • Network Segmentation: Division of network infrastructure into segments to limit the spread of threats and simplify access control.
  • Traffic Encryption: Use of VPNs and encryption protocols such as TLS to protect data during transmission.v

Operational Technology (OT) Protection

  • Regular software and hardware updates to patch vulnerabilities.
  • Specialized OT security software: Deployment of solutions designed specifically for protecting OT and process control systems.

Access Management and Identification

  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA): Application of MFA for all system users, especially for access to critical systems and data.
  • Privileged Access Management: Monitoring and controlling privileged user access to systems and data.

Proactive Monitoring and Analytics

  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): Implementation of SIEM systems for collecting, analyzing, and correlating security logs to detect threats early.
  • Use of AI and machine learning: Application of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to detect anomalies and unusual behavior in the network.

Regular Audits and Penetration Testing

  • Penetration testing: Conducting regular penetration tests to identify vulnerabilities in infrastructure and applications.
  • Security audits: External and internal audits to verify compliance with security standards and identify weaknesses.

Incident Response Drills

  • Development of incident response plans: Creation and regular updating of cyber incident response procedures, including post-attack recovery processes.

We employ cutting-edge technologies and methods for your protection

Enhanced detection and response (EDR)

EDR systems provide comprehensive analysis and recording of activity on endpoints, enabling detailed incident investigation and rapid response to threats.

Quantum encryption

Quantum encryption and keys create an impenetrable data encryption system, making data interception and decryption practically impossible.

SIEM — information and event management

SIEM systems provide real-time collection, analysis, and correlation of security event data from various sources.

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