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Telecommunication and Internet Service Providers are at the center of many investigations of cybercrime and cyber-terrorism. Their subscriber call detail records (CDR) and Internet Protocol Data Records (IPDR) provide forensic clues to law enforcement agencies who are investigating fraud, theft, terrorism, drug trafficking, child pornography and other crimes.
Regulations in the EU and emerging laws in the US demand two related capabilities: to store large amounts of xDR for long durations, and to rapidly find highly specific data in the log files. Read more about the specific solution Sensage offers for big data retention and management.
What data is mandated?
Investigators may need to tap a variety of retained data: calling party, called party, date and time, call duration, result of the call, its transmission route, internet connection data, call type (voice, text, etc.), location of mobile communications equipment, transmission faults, billing and other information.
CDR/IPDR requirements may include details of internet email and internet telephony services, but not call content. Examples of the active and proposed regulations include
With six to 24 months of retention required, this represents billions of records and terabytes of total data to maintain and manage. Sensage provides a scalable, high performance event data management and analysis platform featuring:
In close partnership with EMC, Sensage delivers open solutions used by dozens of leading communications providers across the globe to capture, retain and analyze CDR/IPDR data at any detail level, all customized for their unique environments.
Sensage also partners with leading integrators and resellers who service Telco and Service Providers worldwide.