The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is one of the biggest technology events in the world, and it’s also a place where the latest trends in cybersecurity are showcased. Spanish technology journal Escudo Digital toured the stands and presentations to find out where the products and solutions are headed, including a visit to Cellusys.
This year’s MWC highlighted several cybersecurity trends, including:
Identity management, the processes used by organizations to manage and secure the identities of their employees, customers, and other stakeholders who access their systems and data. As more organizations move their operations to the cloud and rely on remote work, identity management has become an increasingly important aspect of cybersecurity.
Data and network protection, the tools used to safeguard data from unauthorized access, theft, or damage. Security giant Kaspersky presented its development model for systems secured by design, called Kaspersky Cyber Immunity, whose Development Director, Victor Ivanovsky, defined as “the next step in the evolution of cybersecurity.”
As for network security, Escudo Digital visited the Cellusys booth to inquire about our network security signalling. When an attack occurs at the network level, Cellusys’ Signalling Firewall monitors, identifies and blocks these attacks. Cellusys develops products that are deployed on 4G and 5G networks, categorizing the types of attacks on the network.Tags: cybersecurity, mwc, security, signalling firewall, signalling security