MOSCOW, 26 Sep — PRIME. The American company Cloudflare, which specializes in information security and combating cyber attacks, is launching Zero Trust SIM and Zero Trust for Mobile Operators services aimed at protecting data coming from a smartphone, Techcrunch reports.
“Today, the company announced two products aimed at smartphone users, companies that ensure the security of work phones, and mobile operators – Zero Trust SIM and Zero Trust for Mobile Operators,” the portal writes, referring to available releases of Cloudflare.
The portal notes that the Zero Trust SIM technology will be launched first in the US, and will later become available to other countries. According to Techcrunch, the service will work on the basis of eSIM technology (electronic SIM card) – it will be tied to a specific device, which will reduce the risk of attacks with a SIM card substitution.
Techcrunch, citing an interview with Cloudflare CTO John Graham-Cumming, reports that Zero Trust SIM will provide deeper protection than VPN services. According to the portal, the service will be launched in the next few months.
The second product – Zero Trust for Mobile Operators – will allow mobile operators to offer customers subscriptions to mobile security tools, the portal reports.
Cloudflare is an American company founded in 2010. The company provides business services for information protection and combating cyber attacks. Cloudflare centers are located in 275 cities around the world.