Positive Partner’s Day
Positive Technologies, a market-leading telecom cybersecurity company, invites you to the first Partner's Day held online on August 27, 2020 at 2:00 p.m (UTC+9). This event is intended to build partnerships in the emerging telecom cybersecurity space, as well as to introduce you to our company and showcase our service and product portfolio.
GSMA Fraud and Security Group #17 took place on June 2–4, 2020. Our telecom cybersecurity expert Jimmy Jones contributed by delivering remarks on the potential of 5G and the security path that lies ahead.
Positive Technologies telecom expert Milan Brezina presented on cross-protocol attacks in the 5G era at GSMA Fraud and Security Group #16.
8.8 Nine Computer Security Conference
December 12, meet our expert Kirill Puzankov, Product manager at Positive Technologies, who will give an elaborate talk about SS7 protocol security.
FIGI Security Clinic
Looking forward to seeing you at FIGI Security Clinic! With immense pleasure, we are taking part in a panel discussion, hosted by the global cybersecurity organisation International Telecommunication Union.
We expand horizons and strive to help mobile operators stay secure. This time, we are going to AfricaCom! Meet us at the booth №С199.
Mobile 360 – Digital Societies
We are proud to say that on September 25, Positive Technologies, among other security experts, is speaking at a seminar at Mobile 360—Digital Societies held by GSMA in Kuala Lumpur.
Telco Transformation LATAM
On September 18, meet our CTO Dmitry Kurbatov at Telco Transformation LATAM in Rio, Brazil.
HITB GSEC SINGAPORE 2019
Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting protocol that is widely used between the LTE core nodes by mobile network operators. While multiple methods for connecting subscribers to networks have been used over the years – including exchange and SS7 – Diameter is the latest protocol. While security vulnerabilities in SS7 are well known, it’s often assumed that Diameter is more secure. In this talk, our expert will describe experience in creating a tool for fuzzing Diameter protocols.
While 5G communication technologies rollout is underway, the vast majority of subscribers everywhere are still using GSM and UMTS networks relying on SS7. Mobile operators have learned to protect from basic threats in 2G/3G signaling networks. However, new vulnerabilities in the SS7 protocol allow bypassing existing security of even the safest mobile operators.