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Malware: What Telecom Operators Can See and What They Can Do About It

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Malware continues to be a problem for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), particularly in the case of gaining visibility into incidents, which leaves CSPs blind to attack. The rapid growth of IoT botnets provides a challenge to businesses deploying unprotected IoT devices and is a threat to the integrity of CSP networks. CSPs must be able to detect and remove rogue IoT devices.

In this webinar, we will look at learnings from Nokia’s annual Threat Intelligence report, as well as identifying tools that can be used to detect and mitigate malware in those environments, and the changing balance of responsibility between the end-user, enterprise and the CSP for protecting against these threats.

Key takeaways:

  • How CSPs can gain visibility into malware infestations
  • What to expect from leading CSPs that step up to the challenge of protecting customers against malware infestations
  • Current trends in cryptomining exploits, mobile and fixed device malware
  • Which mobile platforms are the most vulnerable

Speakers

Patrick Donegan

Founder and Principal Analyst, HardenStance

    Kevin McNamee

    Head of Threat Intelligence Lab, Nokia

      Dan  Raywood

      Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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