Multiprotocol Signaling Security platform with cross-protocol and cross-operator correlation.
Includes analytics engine for threat detection and intelligence acquisition.
Optimized for multi-layer deployment with isolation of critical information
to be available only on an agency level.
Various integration options
Various Integration options for operator networks – SigWall can be integrated in every operator environment.
Open for integration with other security systems/solutions.
Compliant with GSMA
Compliant with GSMA recommendations augmented by continuous internal research
and Security Operating Center incident management and threat hunting.
- SS7 (MAP/CAP/INAP/ISUP)
- GTP (v0/v1/v2)
Gateway mode, Transparent mode,
IDS mode with or without active queries
- Based on Erlang technology
- Flexible rules-based engine
- Open to build real-time detection and correlation rules using any parameter from
all protocol layers
- Allows cross-protocol correlation (e.g. GTP+SS7, SIP+SS7, SS7+Diameter, Diameter+SS7)
- Allows external queries
as a part of rules logic (internal/external DB, SS7, Diameter, Web Services)
- Operator – focused on a single operator, managed
by the operator
- Group-level – multi-operator deployments – manager
on the group level as well as locally
- Country-level – where homeland security is the highest priority Multi-operator deployment managed on country level by State Security
- 24x7x365 Support team ready to provide incident response.
- Periodical and on-demand analysis of the signaling traffic
- Open for product customizations and integration with external incident management (SIEM) systems.
With developments in communication, the four dimensionsare constantly connected. Based on this constant data flow being prone to abuse, fifth dimension has emerged –
cyber warfare, permeating all of the domains
Until the early 20th Century, warfare was a three-domain act,
Involving sea, land and air. Late 20th century has moved wars into space.
All operators should have a Network Protection Solution installed.
SigWall is a unique Multiprotocol Firewall with cross-protocol correlation
Operators cannot be treated as trusted parties – they are usually owned by external (often foreign) entities.
The Network Protection Solution should be governed by State Security Agency.
The Agency should be a decisive entity regarding exact security policy applied.
Firewall is a security solution, as well as a source of a very important intelligence data.
It is of highest importance to apply and maintain an appropriate protection strategy based on reliable tools.