AGAINST GLOBAL SIP BOTNETS AND 40K ATTACKS

VoIP CYBERSECURITY

MITIGATE 40,000+ VoIP WEAKNESSES

THREAT INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS

ELIMINATE ANOMALOUS VoIP AND SIP FRAUD

BE PROACTIVE

DELIVER SECURE CARRIER-CLASS SCALABILITY

PREVENT ZERO-DAY VoIP ATTACKS

SECURE IP, IMS, 4G, LTE, 5G, IoT VoIP AND SIP SERVICES

DETECT AND MITIGATE BOTNETS

80 Million Daily Robocalls Eliminated through a New Strategic Partnership

AveriStar and RedShift Networks Boost SHAKEN and STIR Robocall Defense »

RedShift Networks ensures the security of your cloud and core carrier-based real-time VoIP, video, IMS, 5G, Unified Communications and collaboration networks.

VoIP Exploits Uncovered by RedShift Condor Labs
VoIP Exploits Uncovered by RedShift Condor Labs

Proactively Analyze, Detect, Mitigate and Defend VoIP Security Threats

Actionable VoIP Security Threat Intelligence
Actionable VoIP Security Threat Intelligence

Anomaly Behavior Detection Subscription updates to UCTMs of Common Bad Actors

Carrier losses are in the billions of dollars and growing due to malicious behaviors.

$6+ billion or approximately 4% of their total revenue.
$2.5 million per BotNet attack revenue loss.

During 2016 roughly 22.1 million Americans lost a total of $9.5 billion in robocall scams through more than 4 million complaints.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) finds 5x times fraudulent activity in 2017 vs 2009.  Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) pegs Telecom fraud at $30 billion globally.

Telecom Denial of Service (TDoS) attacks generate thousands of calls in minutes blocking legitimate traffic. Ransoms to end attacks range up to $50,000 or more.

“Global carriers are rapidly migrating their core networks to SIP helping enterprises expedite their roll out of Unified Communications and Collaboration applications and networks. Carrier revenue continuity concerns make service downtime due to SIP security breaches completely unacceptable in enterprise mission-critical environments. RedShift is here to proactively detect, analyze and remediate.”

 

– Amitava Mukherjee, CEO, RedShift Networks

According to IBM Managed Security Services (MSS) data, the most targeted VoIP protocol is Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). SIP accounts for more than 51 percent of the security event activity analyzed in the last 12 months.

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