The PKI 1730 Mobile Phone Threat Detection is designed to scan, monitor and automatically assess whether all available mobile networks are genuine or pose a threat to all mobile networks. With the growing risk of threats from IMSI catchers and MITM systems for mobile phones, it has become necessary to take precautions to minimise the risk. Ubiquitous and real threats such as identity capture , interception and manipulation of calls and SMS, and the ever-increasing network-infected malware are just a few examples.
With the PKI 1730 Mobile Phone Threat Detection, it is now possible to achieve an extremely high detection rate by analysing both the characteristics and behaviour of the Base Transceiver Station (BTS). The PKI 1730 Mobile Phone Threat Detection is a high-speed scanner based on Software Defined Radio (SDR) that constantly monitors the environment for threats to mobile phones. PKI 1730 can be deployed in both a standalone and network configuration. Once the PKI 1730 is set up, the system requires no operator presence and automatically notifies of detected threats.
Threats to mobile phones such as identification detection, localisation, monitoring of voice and text messages, passive eavesdropping, encryption tampering, opening the microphone and listening to conversations in the room, as well as malware injection, clearly demonstrate the importance of deploying the PKI 1730 Mobile Phone Threat Detection in the field. In addition to these threats, indirect threats are also significant. In sophisticated computer network operations, mobile phones are intercepted and manipulated to allow unauthorised access. Forged SMS security codes manipulated website links, and so on.