Mobile network attacks are common

Michael Lentge Andersen is partner in Derant, a cyber security company specialising in network monitoring and anomaly detection via big data analysis.

About Michael Lentge Andersen

Derant has monitored and analysed the mobile networks in Copenhagen and the findings are striking: Several times per month, there are signs that the networks are compromised via fake base stations. And it is scaringly simple and inexpensive to build an IMSI-catcher to perform these man-in-the-middle attacks.

The attacks can be used to intercept, spy on and spoof data to and from IoT devices and standard office communication.
Derant will share the findings of the analysis and give some advice on how to detect when somebody is spying on your mobile network traffic, to keep safe your normal communication and your IoT data.

Derant detects even very small anomalies, revealing attackers who have penetrated your networks, mobile or in-house.
Michael has a long background within IT, telecom and homeland security. He has had senior positions in leading IT & telecoms companies as well as Denmarks leading defense company. He holds a Master of Engineering and an E*MBA from Scandinavian Management Institute.

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