Month: September 2018


RAN World 2018 – Rome (09 – 10 October…


RAN World 2018 – Rome (09 – 10 October 2018) 

RAN World is the essential meeting place for the operator, research and vendor communities looking to get the most out of the network, and to pave the way for next generation networks. The event is bringing a select group of 250 senior decision makers together.

October 9th – 10th, 2018 – Sheraton Parco De’ Medici, Rome Hotel, Rome, Italy



Cyber Security Week – The Hague (04 – 05…


Cyber Security Week – The Hague (04 – 05 October 2018)

On 4 & 5 October a dedicated CSW Expo will take place at the Fokker Terminal in The Hague. During the expo, national and international organisations will display their innovative cyber security solutions. By participating, you will get access to extensive technology expertise and new business channels. Each day, more than 800 visitors are expected.

October 4th – 5th, 2018 – Fokker Terminal, The Hague, The Netherlands


Is your lawfully intercepted data complete and trustworthy?


Is your lawfully intercepted data complete and trustworthy?

Lawful Interception is a powerful tool for Police and Intelligence Services to fight crime and terrorism. Obviously, the availability of lawful interception is of paramount importance and even a short downtime of this service could have disastrous consequences for ongoing investigations.

Thus Police and Intelligence Services invest heavily in the quality of monitoring centers, e.g. by implementing a high availability configuration, train their technical staff to monitor the system around the clock and enter into a 24×8 maintenance and support contract with their supplier. Despite all these precautions, something could still go wrong and valuable data to fight crime and terrorism could be lost forever.

The cause for a disruption of the lawful interception service might not even be found in the technical environment of the law enforcement agency. There is also a dependency on the systems that are installed at telecom providers. These systems intercept a target’s electronic communication in the telecom operator’s network and are a valuable part of the whole chain for lawful interception.

In short, for Police and Intelligence Services it is critical that they can trust the data provided by telecom providers and that no data is lost. Automated end-to-end Lawful Interception test tooling helps law enforcement with the validation of the complete LI chain for all telecom providers and ensures timely detection of certain non-compliances. For this purpose Group 2000 developed the LIMA Élite solution.

With the LIMA Élite solution, the complete paths from target interception in the network via the LI mediation systems at the operators to the Monitoring Center are automatically being tested, 24×7 for each operator, network, and technology. In case LIMA Élite detects an anomaly an alarm is raised instantly, alerting the LEA staff that actions are required to restore the LI chain.

Please, contact Group 2000 should you have an interest to learn more about LIMA Élite.