AdaptiveMobile detects, blocks SS7 attacks

Dublin, Ireland-based mobile network security provider AdaptiveMobile has demonstrated protection against a range of sophisticated, stateful attacks on SS7 networks with one of the largest networks in APAC, the company said.

Using the very latest in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, AdaptiveMobile has blocked complex threats with asymmetric traffic flows.

By incorporating stateful attack detection and blocking, AdaptiveMobile´s Signalling Protection ensures the fastest, most accurate decision for operators worldwide. Using the latest in AI techniques and cutting-edge, self-learning algorithms, the company´s Signalling Protection has demonstrated protection against sophisticated attacks such as network anomaly and trajectory plausibility, amongst others.

These types of attacks are commonly referred to in the industry as ´Category 3´-style attacks. Artificial intelligence moves beyond simple rules-based approaches, reduces false positives, improving ease of management and user experience for the operators.

AdaptiveMobile´s Signalling Protection secures the SS7 and LTE/Diameter networks using a unique combination of a carrier-grade signalling firewall, advanced analytics and the unique threat intelligence from working with nine of the top 10 operator groups to protect over 1.5 billion mobile subscribers. Currently deployed in four continents, the Company continues to provide security leadership and expertise based on the very latest detection technologies from their world-leading Threat Intelligence Unit.

AdaptiveMobile protects more than 1.5 billion subscribers worldwide and offers products designed to protect all services on both fixed and mobile networks through in-network and cloud solutions. The company has offices Ireland, North America, Europe, South Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific.