Identifying exposures and vulnerabilities in UC/RTC Environments

Businesses continue to evolve and rely more heavily on Unified Communications (UC) and Real Time Communications (RTC) based applications to run their normal day to day operations. However, the underlying networks, protocols and technologies that deliver UC and RTC have remained unchanged.   And because we live in an IP world--with VoIP and SIP common to all types of networks, reliance on traditional internet and data networking tools for real-time communications exposes UC networks to the same types of cyberattacks that affect all data networks. More importantly, it exposes the network to the inherent vulnerabilities of SIP communications that the traditional tool sets don’t address.  

This webinar will examine the security implications of using VoIP and SIP, how to best protect real-time communications traffic with tools you already have as well as with new tools, and how to orchestrate protections to prevent UC security from becoming just another isolated security silo.

On Demand
1h 00min

When you attend this webinar, you will:

  • Understand some of the exposers are vulnerabilties relative to UC and RTC
  • Learn ways to reduce these exposures and reduce overall attack vectors
  • Discover how Behavioral Analytics can play a part in securing the environment
  • Get direction on how to share threat intelligence for overall better secuity posture

Featured Speaker

  • Chris  Cook
    Chris Cook
    Senior Product Manager

    As a 20-year technology industry veteran, Chris has both product and marketing responsibilities for Sonus View, security analytics platforms as well as broader security topics. Before joining Sonus, Chris was in the UEBA (User Entity Behavior Analytics) space as Director of Sales Engineering for Seceon Inc. both shaping product and studying competitive market trends. Along with years of experience in the security industry, Chris was instrumental in building the initial Security as a Service offerings at EiQ Networks. Chris also had ownership of global DNS product lines at TZO/DYN, as well as network and configuration management at Bay Networks/Nortel. Chris currently holds a CISSP certification, (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), from (ISC)2.

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