Define: Spoofing attack?
In the context of information security, and especially network security, a spoofing attack is a situation in which a person or program successfully identifies as another by falsifying data, to gain an illegitimate advantage.
Top Spoofing Companies and Solutions
This article showcases Threat.Technology’s top picks for the best Spoofing solutions. We selected these companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Regulus provides affordable GNSS spoofing detection and protection to the mass markets requiring reliability and low-cost. The Pyramid Software technology defends against ever-increasing attacks and interferences.
The Regulus Pyramid GNSS technology provides revolutionary tools to defend against GNSS/GPS spoofing attacks for automotive, mobile, maritime, aviation, critical infrastructure and various other applications, markets and users. *(GNSS = Global Navigation Satellite Systems: GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, Glonass, and more.).
Next Caller develops and offers a real time call verification technology solution that provides phone fraud detection services. It offers a caller identification platform that helps businesses and consumers identify unknown callers and detect fraudulent calls.
Further, Next Caller offers Advanced Caller ID that flags all forms of call spoofing by providing caller data and information, such as telephone number, name, address, email, and social profiles in real time, as well as offers threat-level analysis; and Next Caller Fraud API that detects suspicious calls, such as masked numbers. Additionally, it uses a proprietary algorithm VeriCall that analyzes carrier-level metadata; and provides real-time RESTful API for users to custom integrate with their current CTI application.
Next Caller also allows users to clean and append existing database and enables users to validate and prioritize their leads. Gianni Martire and Ian Roncoroni founded it on September 6, 2012, with its headquarters in New York City with additional locations in San Francisco in California and Boston in Massachusetts.
At infiniDome, the GPS Security Company, we provide front-end cyber solutions that protect wireless communications from jamming attacks. infiniDome’s GPS protection solutions defend GPS systems at the heart of drones and other unmanned systems, vehicle fleets and critical networks as well as defense applications.
GPS is a necessity for police and military drones, for tracking and protecting cargo and for critical infrastructure and assets to operate. GPS is the weakest signal used today. Jamming attacks have become the most prevalent method of RF assault interference used by criminals and terrorists. infiniDome’s products are the first non-military solutions for detecting, monitoring, and protecting all GPS-based system assets.
With the intention of protecting small drones/UAVs, fleets and critical Infrastructure, infiniDome categorized its first product, GPSdome, as a dual-use product. Meaning that with very minimal control by the Israeli Ministry of Economy, infiniDome markets and sells GPSdome and OEM Board product lines globally. GPSdome will continue to be dedicated for dual-use customers and dual-use applications while supporting civilian and government-only GNSS bands.
infiniDome’s patented anti-jamming technology is deployed through our worldwide network of partners and distributors. For more information visit www.infiniDome.com.
uKnow powers smart tools that connect and protect digital families. Fueled by the rapid adoption of social networks and smart phones, people of all ages are joining the ranks of Internet users.
With increased Internet usage and social sharing, families find themselves struggling with the age-old issues of privacy, security, and reputation—only these are now digital concerns that are potentially more prevalent and dangerous. Whether it’s a parent concerned about the photos their teen is sharing online; a corporate climber worried about his brother-in-law’s social rants adversely affecting his reputation; or an elderly couple concerned about having their online identities “spoofed”; new privacy, safety, and reputation solutions are sorely needed to help all members of the digital family.
uKnow is tackling this opportunity by creating the world’s first digital family protection platform that powers solutions in two high-growth categories, Parental Intelligence and Social Identity Protection. The platform, branded uKnowConnect, powers the company’s two direct to consumer offerings, uKnowKids (Parental Intelligence) and uKnowID (Social Identity Protection) and it enables web-based and mobile applications for leading Identity Theft, Desktop Security, Cable & Telecom and other service providers.
For more information visit http://www.uknow.com.
QuardLock is a global front runner in trusted security solutions with three-factor authentication (something you know, something you have, something you are). QuardLock has developed an ISO 7810/7816 compliant smart card with onboard biometric verification that releases one-time-passwords (OTP) for secure access control, data transaction signing and document e-signature.
Together with our QuardLock verification server we provide secure access to data and applications, both in-house and in the cloud, in order to protect high value assets and systems. Quardlocks vision for the future is a world where the overwhelming and increasing problems with credit card fraud and identity theft are gone once and for all.
It aims to find the fastest and most efficient way of integrating the security benefits of QuardCard into the existing financial ecosystem while changing as little as possible in the infrastructure for a successful market entry and not only solve all issues with the demand for strong authentication as required by ECB for e-commerce (Card-not-present), but also secure the same strong authentication for physical transactions (Card-present) and e-banking, all within the same back-end integration and card solution. QuardLock exists to help the financial, public and commercial ecosystem to fight and get rid of problems with credit card fraud, identity theft, hacking, spoofing and other criminal attempts to destroy our world.
AdaptiveMobile Ltd. operates as a mobile security provider for enterprises and individuals.
It offers Policy Control Framework that provides protection against illegal and inappropriate content, mobile viruses and malware, and unsolicited or unauthorized communications. The company also provides PolicyFilter (Email) for protection against viruses, worms, trojans, and various harmful applications; and AdaptiveMobile MMS filter that enables operators to protect against spam, viruses, and undesired content on MMS.
It also offers PolicyFilter (Mobile Web) for protection against chat, diet, and hate sites, as well as from infringement of privacy; and PolicyFilter (SMS), which enables the operator to protect against faking, flooding, and spoofing. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Dublin, Ireland with additional offices in North America, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.
This article was written by Benjamin Skute from Threat.Technology. The editor for this article was Tess Page. If your company is featured in this article and you want to have amendments made please contact us on: [email protected].
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