Rayzone's interception modus operandi exposed by legal cases

Cyber-intelligence firms are well aware of the risk of going to court to settle a trade dispute where their most secret operations may be exposed. Rayzone, one of the industry's most established players, has been living through every cyber intelligence firm's worst nightmare over the past few weeks. It also highlights how the sector is trying to find other ways to intercept coms than the SS7 protocol's classic bypass. [...] (711 words)
Issue dated 21/01/2021 Reading time 3 minutes
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