Cyber Security for Telecoms

Telecommunications companies are valuable troves of information. Credit cards, personal data and sensitive information are all up for grabs to hackers who manage to breach the digital infrastructure.

Some say that people can't live without their phones and they wouldn't be wrong.

Not only is the telecommunications industry a source of enjoyment but it has become a crucial part of our everyday lives; connecting businesses with consumers to loved ones with a family member.

In the process, telecommunications companies have collected invaluable data that cybercriminals are actively trying to steal.

Telecommunication firms don't get a second chance; a successful cyber-attack brings rapid repercussions for every party involved.


of exposed data in 2019
was financial services data


$ is the average annual
cost of cyberattacks in the
banking industry


days average time to identify and contain a breach in Financial industries

Cyberthreats Facing Telecommunications

Businesses in the industry face assaults from all angles with Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), insider threats and phishing campaigns being three of the major threats.

With such a large target painted on their backs, businesses can't plug in any piece of cyber security technology hoping that it'll get the job done.

Organisations looking to protect their data, reputations and financial security must be able to spot and stop emerging cyber-attacks.

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In the US, fraud against bank deposit accounts amounted to $25.1 billion in 2018, up from $19.1 billion in 2016

American Bankers Association