RedShift Networks Real-Time VoIP Analytics »

To keep business users secure, they require unparalleled VoIP Service Insight into voice network behavior – surveillance of positive and negative VoIP traffic flows with deep reporting capabilities.  RedShift delivers centralized network security logging and reporting to ensure all branch and cloud revenue-producing infrastructure is shielded from all SIP threats. Lack of visibility continues to extend breach and compromise events to an average of more than 100 days.

RedShift’s Advanced Analytics and Automation provides:

  • Rich advanced contextual driven analytics at the three VoIP/UC layers; Network layer, Application layer, and User layers (SIP/UC focused)
  • Automation of forensic and troubleshooting/debugging capabilities
  • Detailed SIP Call Ladder Diagrams, Error Codes, UA, Active Sessions, Call Recording, etc.
  • Real-time identification of top services used, areas of SIP network under stress, networks that show suspicious/anomalous activities, etc.

SIP Threat Intelligence Protects Against More Than 40,000 Different VoIP Threats & Attacks

RedShift’s security team and published research is added into every VoIP security module to protect against more than 40,000 different VoIP threats & attacks, including:

  • Detection and auto-mitigation of Cyberprobes, Robocalls, TDoS, DoS, Botnet attacks, and Registration Hijacking
  • Exploitation of both known and unknown SIP vulnerabilities against well-known VoIP Devices – End Points/IP PBX/Softswitches/Softclients/Applications, etc.
  • A comprehensive and correlated view of Attack activity

Click the map to see real-time attack origins.

Both RedShift’s SIP Threat Intelligence Service and ongoing research from Condor Labs gives users a layered security blanket. Enterprises easily deploy RedShift Networks instances or leverage managed services from 45 operators worldwide. Either way, the result is real-time, context-driven visibility into unauthorized activities to mitigate threats including Denial of Service (DoS), Botnet attacks and Robocalls for LTE/VoLTE/VoIP/IMS Networks.  Customers depend on this approach to establish a VoIP/SIP/UC Cybersecurity network operations center (NoC or SoC).  NoCs or SOCs also offer actionable Big Data analytics delivers real-time services insight to visualize both positive and negative VoIP traffic flows.

RedShift Networks Centralized Management System (CMS)

Centralized Management System (CMS) offers users an intelligent UC central nervous system to manage and aggregate data for multiple geographically dispersed UCTM systems, including Big Data analytics for real-time insight. With the explosive $100b growth of VoIP-based services by 2026, organizations struggle to maintain real-time security. RedShift CMS offers greater visibility, tighter control, with less effort. Larger enterprises or MSSPs use RedShift’s CMS to effortlessly connect multiple UCTM instances without straining already overworked cloud, UC or security teams by offering:

  • Easy to Automate Policy Enforcement
  • Streamline Management and Automation
  • Proactive VoIP Cyberattack Prevention

Expedite the Identification of, and Response to, Security Incidents

CMS advantages help customer’s network operations control (NoC) teams easily communicate with others and eliminate overwhelming alerts that delay identification of critical security issues. Without RedShift UCTM, Threat Intelligence and Condor Labs standing guard, enterprise or cloud operations often miss UC and VoIP security issues altogether. RedShift’s CMS delivers a single-pane-of-glass for visibility across all RedShift instances while expediting the identification of and response to security incidents. UC administrators or IT benefit with simplified management tasks while delivering comprehensive controls and deep visibility into network-wide traffic analytics and emerging security threats. RedShift’s CMS easily manages all aspects of device configuration, push global policies, and generate deep analytics reports on traffic patterns or security incidents — all from a single console, all at global carrier and enterprise scale.