Telecom Signaling Penetration Testing
Explore for vulnerabilities in your telecom network.
Your defense is only as strong as its weakest link
The golden rule in security is to think offensive and prepare your defense accordingly. Regular penetration testing on your network will help you identify potential vulnerabilities well in advance and address them before they are exploited. Our team of highly skilled penetration testers will help you enhance your telecom network security posture and reduce the risk of attacks. This will automatically result in an improved operation efficiency.
Know your vulnerabilities
Secure your perimeter
Boost your Defense
Boost your network signal and defenses without exposing your network to attackers through our practical and customized guidance to address your threats in signalling.
SS7/SIGTRAN Penetration Testing
Diameter Penetration Testing
GTP Penetration Testing
Benefits of Penetration Testing
Conducting a periodic penetration testing over your telecom network will let you check your organization’s capability and endurance in securing the network, systems, endpoints and users against existing and emerging internal and external threats.
Vulnerabilities we check
Vulnerabilities for the telecom sector are different from the regular IT environment. These would include understanding of various types of attacks on the network like tracking or signalling vulnerabilities. At Matrix-Shell, our experts are well trained in identifying telecom sector specific vulnerabilities. The range of vulnerabilities we check include but not limited to: –
OTP Interception / 2FA Bypass
Denial of service attack- Subscriber / Network wide
Premium rate number fraud
Detect signalling threats across all protocols
Adherence with GSMA guidelines
Adherence to guidelines and best practice suggestions by GSMA would ensure you will always be secure. Matrix-shell is a member of GSMA and our experts who are well-verse with GSMA guidelines will assess your network and provide you a picture of your adherence with GSMA guidelines. Definitions and classifications like Cat-1, Cat-2 and Cat-3 in FS-11, FS-12 and FS-19 of GSMA specifications are reviewed.