Allot works closely with Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and corporations to enhance their security.
The organization, based in Israel, has more than twenty years of success in Cybersecurity.
The company’s solutions are deployed globally for network and application analytics, traffic control and shaping, network-based security services, and more.
Allot’s multi-service platforms are deployed by over 500 mobile, fixed, and cloud service providers and over 1000 enterprises. Their industry-leading network-based security as a service solution has achieved over 50% penetration with some service providers and is already used by over 21 million subscribers in Europe.
“Allot Smart” is a product range that includes network monitoring, traffic management (see what’s on your network as well as other factors such as optimal QoE). This product range also includes “Policy & Charging Control” as well as “Regulatory Compliance” that helps organizations comply with data retention as well as GDPR regulations.
The other range of products is referred to as “Allot Secure”. This product range includes Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS), DDoS Protection, and IoT Security.
They are a fascinating bunch at Allot and we are delighted to welcome one of their team leaders to discuss more the Allot Solutions.
Company "Mission" (Tagline): It’s Your Network. Know it. Control it. Secure it.
Specializations: Policy Enforcement, Network Monetisation, Quota Management, Network Visibility, Subscriber Awareness, Network and Subscriber Services, Network Security, Policy Control & Charging, Cybersecurity, Security as a Service, Data Monetisation, Web security, and Mobile Security
Company Size: 501-1,000 employees
Main Website: Allot
(Estimate) Funding (2021): US$ 5.5M>
Hacker Hotshot Speaker: Michael Schachter
Date of Recording: December 9th, 2020
About Michael Schachter:
We are delighted to welcome Michael Schachter to our January 2021 Hacker Hotshots cohort.
Michael is the Director of Product Marketing at Allot, and his knowledge of 5G Tier 1 security is extensive.
Questions We Asked:
13:18 When is 5G meant to be rolled out for everyone? Is there a date when 5G will be available to everyone? Is there a “rough date” when we should all be using 5G?
14:30 Reference to Shodan (the OSINT hacking tool) we’ve all heard the horror stories of how easy it is to hack into someone’s webcam. Do you use Open Source Intelligent to discover open IoT devices and then try to lock them up or perhaps add them to your network monitoring?
17:20 In fact, you’ve kinda answered my next question! Why is it important to have “inline solutions” in the network?
20:15 You mentioned inspecting the traffic. Does that refer to “Deep Packet Inspection”. Is that one of the benefits that Allot offers, i.e. being able to detect malicious activity within the packets?