Season 2, Episode 4
A New Approach to Telco Security
AI, Securing Networks in Conflict, and How Regulators Can Better Understand Mobile Signaling Vulnerabilities
Enea Senior Industry Analyst Laura Wilber will share some of Enea’s latest insights on AI with our host, Patrick Donegan, and tease fresh intelligence on the involvement of mobile networks in conflict. She’ll be joined by Enea VP and Head of Government Relations Rowland Corr, who will share details on a new handbook designed to help regulators and operators understand and address signaling vulnerabilities.
TOPIC OF THE DAY
Upcoming cybersecurity regulations in the telecom sector, and Enea’s new Threat Detection SDK
- CyberSecurity regulations in the telecom sector: How can regulators enforce them? The telecom industry has seen a slew of cybersecurity regulations impacting telcos, including the UK’s TSA, and EU’s NIS2 Directive. What are the next steps for regulators and operators? Are the right capabilities in place to enable compliance?
- Visibility. Integration. Performance: Enea’s revolutionary Threat Detection SDK. Enea has just released a new Threat Detection SDK, an intrusion detection system in the form of an SDK. Laura explains how Enea’s pivotal technology provides enhanced visibility of the network and enables the creation of custom rules tailored to specific network environments.
WHAT’S GOING ON OUT THERE?
Spynote: Android Spyware Strikes Financial Institutions
At the end of July, researchers announced the discovery of an aggressive campaign using Android ‘Spynote’ spyware for banking fraud. Rowland and Patrick will explore this campaign in the context of other mobile spyware threats out there, including Pegasus spyware and signaling-borne location tracking.
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Explore upcoming telecom regulations, how Spynote is being used for banking fraud, Enea’s new Threat Detection SDK, and more!