Security Innovation Solutions

that protects every day 21st century communications.

Cyber Criminals want data and protecting all data in transit is UM-Lab’s mission, security by design.

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UM-Labs R&D has been set up to design and look to create a better way of protecting against real-time communication cybercrime.


The cyber security products developed for the first wave of Internet applications do not adequately protect IP based RTC services. These products can hamper the successful deployment of RTC.


The UM Labs innovation is about recognising that cyber-attack surfaces require multi-level controls to be coordinated. Unicus™ UOS protects with an artificial intelligence and delivers a machine learning integration of network, application, and content/media controls at all levels of the OSi model with feed-back between those levels.

UM-Labs are an unrivalled leader for RT Communications Cyber Security

As an R&D company the technology is sold and incorporated either as a total solution or part of an end to end compliant solution, which may include protection, intercept and archive allowing full compliance of data protection laws and other financial regulations.
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Internet of things

As the challenges of security for the internet of things stem from lower network protocols, lower CPU processing via censors and added to this, faster 5G networks/edge computing in any cloud, cybercrime attacks more now than ever across billions of devices. Connecting via standard Internet Protocols, UNICUStm UOS a hardened operating system extends an encrypted blanket for all data in transit, allowing LoRa networks and lower process censors in firmware to be fully secured.


SNITCH provides real-time intelligence on current fraud attacks on VoIP and UC systems. Information is gathered from a global network of Honeypots and from deployed Unicus systems. Unicus uses the SNITCH network to detect and block potentially fraudulent activity. The SNITCH database registers over 4 million new attacks per day.


To protect, intercept and archive all ‘Data in Transit’ over multi levels of the internet network/application/media.

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Peter Cox inventor and CEO at UM-Labs opens up on the work being done to secure across all IP, over multi-layers of all standards, securing against Quantum Computing attacks and having an ‘AI’ difference with LEM (large event model).

In this recent podcast and partnership with BT Innovation Martlesham (the UK Xerox Parc), UM-Labs R&D have discussed the width and breath of how Unicus© is secure by default using a PIA (protect, intercept, archive) policy by design, which allows the platform natively in any cloud and across all IP

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SNITCH Attack Intelligence   +++  5,500,051 attacks from, location The Netherlands    +++  99,019 attacks from, location Poland    +++  373 attacks from, location United States    +++  179 attacks from, location Germany    +++  New attack source, Türkiye,     +++  New attack source, Germany,     +++  New attack source, United States,     +++  New attack source, United States,  
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