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Subtonomy showcases its data retention and geolocation solution to telecoms operators and lawful authorities at ISS MEA 2024

SUBTONOMY, has announced it will be exhibiting at ISS World Middle East and Africa (13-15 February 2024) for the first time, showcasing its lawful intercept, secure data retention and geolocation services to the region’s law enforcement agencies and emergency services.

Showcasing REX at ISS World Middle East and Africa


ISS World Middle East and Africa brings together law enforcement, intelligence and homeland security analysts, telecoms service providers and financial crime investigators who co-operate to investigate cybercrime, to improve public safety and to tackle serious crimes such as money laundering, human trafficking and terrorism. In the fight against organised crime and terrorism, and when time is of the essence to save human life, authorities need quick access to vital data.

Subtonomy has over 12 years’ experience in assisting telecoms operators to comply with their duty to supply data to lawful authorities in order to aid criminal investigations or empower search and rescue (SAR) teams and emergency services to save lives.

Its Lawful Intercept, Secure Data Retention and Geolocation solution REX helps telecoms operators to fulfill their social duties by gathering data into ONE place and providing secure access to it. Subtonomy’s Platform does the hard work of collecting data from underlying data sources such as probes, TAP files, IP databases, network elements and subsystems (such as billing, CRM etc), preprocesses it, and displays it in Subtonomy REX from where it can be exported (as required). This reduces costs, speeds data retrieval, and eliminates human error.

REX is a SaaS solution that is designed to securely handle both geolocation and data retrieval requests while significantly reducing the amount of data storage required. It provides:


  • Results within 30 seconds with instant delivery to requester

  • Streamlined workflow in ONE consolidated system

  • Accurate, error-free results 

  • Secure remote access for SAR teams

  • Efficient data storage with a choice of installation methods (self-contained, Subtonomy supported, or anything in between).

How Nordic operators have transformed their response to lawful data requests

Subtonomy REX has been live in the digitally-advanced markets of the Nordic region since 2017. At ISS World MEA, Subtonomy will be presenting alongside with one of its customers to explain how they automated, secured and speeded their response to criminal investigations, lawful intercept, emergency requests, information provisioning and SAR requests. Subtonomy will also share the latest updates to its platform as well as how to use REX for:

  • emergency call location

  • passive data location

  • case management 

  • token based access.


Meet Subtonomy at ISS MEA

JW Marriot Dubai, UAE13-15 February 2024

Booth: #26

Pre-book a meeting here. 

Find out more about REX at ISS MEA

Subtonomy will present “Simplifying lawful requests: how CSPs can automate, secure and speed their responses to criminal investigations" as part of Track 1 - "Lawful Interception and Criminal Investigation Training"

Tuesday, February 13, 2024, 14:15-15:00


This presentation is tailored to telecom operators, law enforcement and intelligence professionals, and defense analysts. It is designed for those specifying or developing lawful intercept network infrastructure.


About Subtonomy

Subtonomy isn’t just a solution. When precision matters, we blend cutting-edge technology with user-friendly tools and deep telecoms expertise to help operators retrieve and store critical data, efficiently geolocate customers, and quickly comply with lawful requests for data. A knowledgeable and responsive partner to our telecoms clients, our REX solution provides instant access to critical data in a highly secure manner – helping operators play their part in saving lives and making our societies safer.


Find out more about Subtonomy REX and pre-book a meeting here.


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