Cloudfare presented tools to improve mobile security: a virtual Zero Trust SIM map and Zero Trust for Mobile Operators platform for mobile operators.
The Zero Trust SIM tool will start operating in the United States, an eSIM map that can be activated on iOS and Android devices. It is linked to a specific device, thus reducing the risk of a fraudulent attack on room replacement, and the phone becomes an additional security factor along with hardware keys. Data going through an organized connection are protected at the mobile network level: DNS requests are made through the Cloudfare Lock, which provides DNS filtering.
The Zero Trust for Mobile Operators platform is aimed at mobile operators who will be able to offer Cloudflare Zero Trust service to subscribers, which may be a priority for the company, along with the WARP service, which was launched on a freemium model three years ago.
Finally, Cloudflare announced a platform for Internet devices, simply called Iot Platform, a safer alternative to AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud solutions. The new platform is distinguished by stricter security policies: each outgoing package on IOT devices is checked before entering the Internet, cloud platforms or other devices. The location is linked to confidential traffic by means of this platform will not be available on publicly available channels.