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Part 2: 5 Challenges to consider while preparing for 5G Lawful Interception

by Tom Sadon

posted at August 22, 2019

Missed part 1? Read more about modern LI in 5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Modern Lawful Interception Monitoring Center. The introduction of 5G network technology, places law enforcement and intelligence agencies in a new race against criminals and terrorists, bringing new challenges to lawful interception. Existing lawful interception (LI) monitoring centers that are

5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Modern Lawful Interception Monitoring Center

by Tom Sadon

posted at August 1, 2019

Lawful interception (LI) monitoring centers allow law enforcement agencies and intelligence organizations, to track and monitor communications of specific targets. To successfully accelerate investigations of terrorism, criminal actions and other threats, LI monitoring centers should include advanced capabilities for data collection, data analysis and court-compliance data. Modern LI monitoring centers use advanced technologies based on

The Data Breach Epidemic – Key Findings from Verint’s comprehensive CTI report

by Verint Cyber Threat Intelligence Research Team

posted at July 16, 2019

In the past few years we have witnessed a growing number of significant data breaches. The Data Breach Epidemic Report reviews the most significant data breaches that occurred in 2018 and provides our analysis of the major data leaks. It also includes key trends we identified based on ~5B leaked records detected and analyzed by

Demonstrating the Importance of Intelligence for National Security at ISDEF 2019

by Colleen Gustitus

posted at May 28, 2019

Though the meaning of “security” has evolved significantly over the last several years, one fact remains certain: protecting people, property, and assets has never been more important than in today’s rapidly expanding risk landscape. In addition, while this applies to mission-critical organizations of all shapes and sizes, there is one market that must contend with