GSMK and sternraute introduce Oversight product line02.03.2015
At MWC 2015 in Barcelona, mobile security specialists GSMK and sternraute today announced a close cooperation in order to protect the core networks of their operator customers against recent security breaches that compromise the security and integrity of inter-operator signaling.
The new GSMK Oversight product line addresses recently publicized security vulnerabilities in the SS7 communications protocol that forms the foundation of most inter-operator traffic exchange. Oversight Detect is a comprehensive intrusion detection system that is capable of identifying protocol violations and/or misuse by fraudsters and other unauthorized foreign or domestic entities alike. Using high-performance real time analysis as well as a state of the art monitoring rule set with automatic updates, Oversight Detect permits network operators to identify and report threats. A companion product, Oversight Protect is an SS7 firewall that can automatically block illegal traffic at each SS7 Signal Transfer Point, thus preventing such traffic from penetrating the core network.
GSMK and sternraute are showcasing their new Oversight network security products at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona in Hall 6, Stand J07.
Find the full press release here.
Presentation at 31C3 27.12.2014
It started on 18.12. with an article in the Washington Post about interception of UMTS. Immediately after the presentation there were a lot of news following this topic: The Tagesschau (Das Erste) interviewed Tobias in it's prime-time show. The Süddeutsche Zeitung had several articles in it's printed version and also online. On Spiegel Online there is an article about the presentations on 31C3.
sternraute founded! 19.09.2014
Finally sternraute has been founded in the German capital Berlin.
We look forward to the exciting future of developing and integrating security solutions for customers and partners around the world.
Tobias interviewed on Spiegel Online 26.08.2014
Article on Zeit Online 25.08.2014
A story on Zeit Online (in German) is related to the Washington Post article and describes the offering of commercial providers for software which generates location profiles.
Tobias interviewed in Netzpolitik.org 24.08.2014
Tobias has been interviewed for the German webzine Netzpolitik.org. He states, that due to the growing numbers of entities who have access to the SS7 network, the risk of illegal attacks has increased.
Providing help to the Washington Post 24.08.2014
Tobias has assisted the Washington Post with their recent article on more advanced location tracking. This article has started the actual debate about privacy and fraud possibilities in the SS7 signaling network.