How it Works?

Meet Teledgers

Privacy Preserving Permissioned DLT with Policy enforcement

Telegers is built for telecom service providers to self regulate and enforce business and regulatory policies across their network.

The platform enables TSPs to administer policies and compliances using smart contracts deployed on blockchain. It ensures streamlined commercial communications, mobile number portability, Decentralized KYC, Decentralized Consent, Decentralized OSS/BSS spliced spectrums and SDN. The Platform is fully customizable and policy framework is in your hands


Core Benefits

why it works

Enterprise Digital Identity

The role of digital identity has become one of the major underpins of enterprise digital transformation. Deploying a digital identity platform facilitates secure transactions and communications, both within an enterprise and ecosystem as well as external partners and customers. It allows us to build a foundation of trust, management of risk, safeguarding privacy and enabling security policies and incident detection.

User Digital Identity

It allows us to manage and track digital identities, along with the privileges with each identity. A strong authentication ensures that a fraudster cannot impersonate a legitimate user. Need of the hour is a secure platform that allows enterprises to take an identity aware, Zero Trust approach to prevent threats. It integrates with various Single sign-on solutions in order to verify user identity before granting access to applications.

Attribute Preserving Encrypted Messaging

With the help of attribute preserving encryption, we are able to provide a secure way for the delivery of messages as each content and detail in the messages is end-to-end encrypted making it a safe gateway.

A2P / P2P Message Filtration

Business messages travel via a different channel, through various aggregators and spam filters to protect end users, before being delivered to the user’s carrier that then applies their own spam filter to determine if the message should be delivered to the user. Depending on the type of messaging (toll-free, short code, or 10DLC), that route varies.

Provably Irrefutable CDRs and Billing

It is a data record that maintains information about system usage, documenting the details of calls or other communication transactions. It involves multiple call attributes such as identities of source and destination, duration of each call, billing amount for each call, total usage time within the duration and the running total charged during the billing period.

Whitelisted Routes and IP’s

One can restrict access to a route to a select set of IP addresses. The whitelist is a space-separated list of IP addresses for the approved source addresses. Requests from IP addresses that are not in the whitelist are dropped.

Code of Practices and Policy Enforcement

This allows us to enforce security policies, such as firewall rules; applications, resource or data access controls; data encryption rules; and code provenance restrictions. It automatically checks for logical inconsistencies, syntax errors and missing dependencies in order to minimize or eliminate errors in policy enforcement and implementation.

Decentralized User Consent

Blockchain is a decentralized technology that can be used as the foundation of a trustful and immutable system. The potential of blockchain and smart contracts have been explored and tested in various domains.