Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the primary
mechanism used for communication between Voiceover-
IP (VoIP) devices and networks. SIP allows businesses to create a whole new level of
functionality by taking advantage of the convergence
of voice and data networks, including call center
Companies have begun embracing
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Trunking as a way to cut costs by
consolidating their voice and data
networks and to increase productivity
by enabling sophisticated unified
communications and collaboration
applications and services.
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In a tangle of acronyms, applications, carriers and features, your complex business voice systems are still about one thing: a simple conversation. It's where business starts and gets done.
Organizations making their local and long-distance
connections over legacy circuits are in a bind. Is
Simple conversations live at the heart of business. Migration to SIP enables you to have those conversations with customers, colleagues and partners with far greater reliability and security - and at significantly lower overall costs.
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When it comes to responding to network security threats, it isn't just a matter of collecting and analyzing data. It's a question of how quickly you can put that data to work in your defenses.
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Which attack campaigns are the most concerning in 2016;
In August 2015, BAE Systems and CUNA Strategic Services surveyed over 200 credit unions on a wide range of cyber security topics, including BYOD, vulnerability testing, incident response plans, working with security vendors, and more. The results are in, and they are eye-opening.
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No financial institution is immune to a cyber attack; however, there are steps you can take to improve resilience, minimize risk, and most importantly, ensure you can detect, respond and remediate quickly to minimize damage. How prepared is your financial institution for a cyber attack?
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First-party fraud will be responsible for an estimated $28.6 billion in credit losses for financial institutions around the globe this year. Banks can significantly reduce their levels of bad debt and collections expenses by specifically targeting first-party fraud. Advanced network analytics with real-time screening...
Safeguarding your organization's email - the dominant form of business communication - is imperative for any organization. Anti-spam and anti-virus security isn't enough to protect your organization. Cyber attacks are now targeted, expertly-crafted and well-funded.
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Cybersecurity in the financial services industry is rapidly evolving.
Do you know how to stay ahead of the curve?
The financial sector has been a pioneer for vendor risk management (VRM) best practices for a
long time. Yet cybersecurity practices are continuing to evolve, and regulatory bodies are
focusing more on...
IT executives overwhelmingly agree that they have a fundamental flaw in their cybersecurity strategies. Research shows organizations are not protecting the technology that determines if software, devices, clouds, and applications are good or bad, friend or foe - cryptographic keys and digital certificates. This gap...
The world's economy is built on the flow, sharing, and processing of data. Before the Internet could power the global economy, trusting data to be authentic, private, and unaltered was both a core requirement and an insurmountable barrier. The solution was the use of cryptographic keys and digital certificates to...
SSL encrypted traffic is pervasive in today's enterprises and is expected to grow rapidly over the next several years. While SSL/TLS provides privacy and authentication,
it also creates a blind spot for enterprise security. Cybercriminals can use SSL to hide their exploits from an organization's security controls,...
Today's security threats may be considered "advanced" by some, but ThreatSTOP founder and CEO Tom Byrnes believes many organizations are employing archaic methods to protect themselves.
The key, says Byrnes, is to not allow the Internet to be home to organizations that seal themselves off in solitude. Sharing...
When is a breach not a breach? When you can prove that sensitive data has not been accessed even off a lost or stolen device. And the way
to ensure that is through absolute data and device security.
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How to prepare for a breach before it happens;