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The Year that Operators Start Protecting Consumers
The Year that Operators Start Protecting Consumers
Allot has been following a number of developments that might not give 2022 the most optimistic glow as far as cybercrime is concerned. These are the trends and predictions that are expected to shape 2022.
More mobile subscribers will be targeted by fake health adware
More mobile subscribers will be targeted by fake health adware
Adware is the primary threat to customers of Europe’s mobile operators, according to the latest report from Allot. The end of the shopping festivals and the start of new year fitness fads could see more attempts to trick consumers through fake health advice.
SMBs should consider new approaches for increasing their cybersecurity posture
SMBs should consider new approaches for increasing their cybersecurity posture
SMBs can’t always do everything that the experts recommend for securing their networks, but a risk-based, deliberative approach that considers the need for fallbacks will increase safety.
With more homes connected to the internet than ever before, how can networks stay cyber-secure?
With more homes connected to the internet than ever before, how can networks stay cyber-secure?
With the widespread adoption of 5G and the proliferation of IoT devices prone to security flaws, consumers are facing increased risks. This is especially true for home network security.
5G cloud native network protection
5G cloud native network protection
DDoS attacks are increasing in volume, frequency, and complexity. But the attacks that target 4G networks are far less of a problem compared with the attacks that new 5G networks will experience.
Increase in Remote/Hybrid Work Means CSPs Must Help Protect SMBs
Increase in Remote/Hybrid Work Means CSPs Must Help Protect SMBs
The COVID-19 crisis and shift toward remote and hybrid work has resulted in a boom in bring your own device (BYOD) policies that create a host of new cybersecurity issues. These challenges often disproportionately affect small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) that don’t have the same level of resources as enterprises with dedicated IT personnel.
Find the Right Path to Secure Your 5G Network
Find the Right Path to Secure Your 5G Network
It is not uncommon for new technologies, which bring fantastic benefits to the market, to also bring with them challenges — and security is usually at the top of the liabilities list.
Dish’s 5G Chief Extols Virtues of Visibility in Open RAN Security
Dish’s 5G Chief Extols Virtues of Visibility in Open RAN Security
“We’ve come to the conclusion that Allot has the most in-depth capabilities to detect, in real time, threats and with a lot of different techniques and capabilities,” said Marc Rouanne, Executive Vice President and Chief Network Officer for DISH's wireless business.
2021 Brings Changes for 5G and Consumer Cybersecurity
2021 Brings Changes for 5G and Consumer Cybersecurity
People are accessing business assets over unsecured connections, substantially increasing the risk of cybersecurity attacks. Exacerbating the issue is 5G’s increasing adoption, which, because of its architecture, opens a multitude of new entry points for attacks. This combination leaves businesses, mobile subscribers, and 5G networks more vulnerable to cyberattacks than ever before. What can be done?
Dish to use Allot for 5G security
Dish to use Allot for 5G security
With Allot's network intelligence and security solutions, DISH's 5G network will be optimally equipped to continually evolve its security posture and enable the network to automatically serve, act, and adapt.

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