Home cybersecurity and per-device parental control for residential customers are effective tools to differentiate your Internet service and your brand as a security provider, while generating an additional $5/€5 per month, per residence. A fixed and fixed-mobile. 5G-ready solution, with zero-touch activation for mass consumer campaigns, drives high adoption rates. Branded reports also improve the quality and frequency of your customer engagement.
Smart and connected homes have become small IT operations. Headlines about hacked baby monitors and web sites that stream videos from hacked webcams are increasing consumers’ already valid concerns. Most consumers have neither the time nor the skills to deal with security, and they want someone else to take the lead.
Most IoT ‘things’ are nowhere near as secure as PCs and smartphones. The so-called ‘Smart Home’ may be smart in terms of convenience but it’s often anything but smart in terms of security.HardenStance White Paper, Apr 2019
Avoid costly truck rolls and on-site calls. Home-network visibility, security, and control is achieved by remotely integrating an agent onto existing CPE.
The only solution that employs web-security, antivirus content inspection, and AI-based anomaly detection in order to protect connected devices and home computers from malware and other forms of cyberattack.
CSP-owned CPE is also a target for attacks. In addition to securing the home, CSPs must contend with issues such as DNS tampering that routes customers to phishing web sites, as well as bricked CPE.
Device fingerprinting identifies everything connected to the home network and enforces security policies for protection with zero customer intervention.
An interactive chatbot guides the customer through automated support scenarios to fix common issues. In the event of a handoff to a support agent, the chatbot call history shortens call duration.
Customers can apply unique parental controls for each child, managing the content and time they spend online.
72% of the consumers surveyed stated that they were willing to pay a monthly fee, averaging at $5.26 for an IoT security service.Telco Security Trends Report by Allot
Generate incremental revenue
Generate at least 5% on top of connectivity revenue per customer by offering this high-value Security-as-a-Service.
High adoption rates
Enables informed mass activation, achieve adoption rates of over 50%.
Differentiate your service and become a secure broadband internet service provider.
HomeSecure protects connected home devices via a multilayer security solution, comprised of a CPE-based thin security agent, the Allot Secure cloud, and an end-user app. Complement this solution with network-based cybersecurity software and, together, the combined solution:
Protects against web-based malware, phishing and other types of attacks.
Identifies and profiles devices, and acts upon anomalous device behavior.
Segregates connected devices in the home network in order to block lateral malware propagation.
Hardens the CPE by providing password strength enforcement, DNS tampering protection, open port analysis and protection, process and communication white-listing, and two-factor-authentication.
Deliver a unified, CSP-branded security service for IoT and user devices at home, at work, and on the go.LEARN MORE
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