SECURITY FOR THE IoT
Connecting objects cannot be contemplated without an airtight security system. Hence, security has become one of Transatel’s priorities.
Transatel’s connectivity infrastructure is secured by design. It’s an end to end solution protecting your network of devices and/or machines against threats and cyberattacks from the inside out, and not via a patchwork of security addons.
A system being only as strong as its weakest link, Transatel offers a holistic approach to security, where the market only seems to provide bits and pieces.
TRUE SECURITY IS END TO END SECURITY
4 elements to a comprehensive security solution with Transatel
Your company benefits from its own APN accessible only to registered users.
- • Access is filtered to your own SIM.
- • You can redirect traffic to a VPN own and avoid the internet own altogether.
Your clients’ devices are not accessible from any others, even those using the same network.
Your clients’ devices are not accessible from the internet.
Transatel’s architecture has been approved by an independent third-party auditor, vouching for the platform’s level of security.
OPTIONAL FEATURES FOR AN EVEN GREATER LEVEL OF SECURITY
Security threats surveys
Transatel analyzes your traffic flows and provides security services such as the detection of malware and attacks.
Transatel provides a traffic classification engine enabling the split of traffic according to your desired marker.
Relevant actions are then applied to each traffic category (e.g. authorised/blocked/capped for data bandwidth, etc.).
You select your SMS reception preference, depending on the following parameters:
> Full disabling> SMS authorized to a specific set of IMSI only> SMS authorized from Transatel’s API only
The SIM as a secure element
Ciphered and untraceable SMS
You can send and receive crypted SMS from/to Transatel SIM cards.
The SMS can be automatically erased once they’ve been read.
A secure vault
The SIM provides secure storage and provisioning for sensitive data.
Binding device and SIM restricts the use of the SIM to a specific device (via its modem).