Our telecom security assessment process evaluates an organization’s telecommunications infrastructure to ensure that it is secure from potential threats. This type of assessment typically involves activities such as vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and manual testing. The goal of a telecom security assessment is to identify any vulnerabilities or weaknesses in the system and provide actionable recommendations for remediation. Additionally, the assessment would examine the organization’s policies and procedures related to its telecommunications infrastructure, as well as any applicable industry regulations or standards.
Vulnerabilities for the telecom sector are different from the regular IT environment. These would include understanding various types of attacks on the network like tracking or signaling vulnerabilities. At Supreme Cyber, our experts are well-trained in identifying telecom sector-specific vulnerabilities. The range of vulnerabilities we check includes but is not limited to Call Interception, OTP Interception / 2FA Bypass, Denial of service attack- Subscriber / Network-wide, Location Tracking, Premium rate number fraud, Banking Fraud, Billing Fraud, and VAS fraud.
Our advanced penetration testing procedures detect the threats across the spectrum like SS7, Diameter, and GTP. Our expert team would then provide recommendations to address these vulnerabilities and have a secure network.
Conducting 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. Some of the key benefits of regular penetration testing include: