Real-time VoIP Network Monitoring, Detection, Mitigation and Prevention »

Nearly $2 Trillion of enterprise communications and telecom revenue is rapidly transitioning to IP/IMS/LTE/4G/5G/IoT with a critical dependence on real-time services and underlying VoIP and Unified Communications (UC) protocols including SIP and WebRTC. Like a sophisticated home alarm system, applying increasing levels of, Fraud Prevention and Analytics insight are major priorities for real-time UC services.

Globally, enterprise demand is spurring more than $500B in network upgrades to support more than 6 Billion mobile users through VoIP/SIP/VoLTE/5G VoIP services. Typically, 4% to 8% of a network infrastructure project is spent on security resulting in a 10x ROI. RedShift helps enterprise customers and harden VoIP service VoIP service security, boost UC user ROI and provide actionable granular insight on anomalous traffic before it causes millions in dollars of lost or stolen service revenue.

To securely deliver and monitor VoIP services for anomalous behavior, Enterprises have a different in-depth security defense model via the RedShift Unified Communication Threat Management (UCTM) Solution. UCTM intelligently combines SIP Security, Threat Intelligence Analytics and Fraud Detection to give enterprise IT real-time, context-driven visibility into unauthorized activities and mitigate threats including Denial of Service (DoS), Botnet attacks and Robocalls throughout their UC and VoIP network.

A Global Customer Base

RedShift’s global customer base includes leading enterprise and their Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 providers offering fixed line, cable, Mobile, VoIP/UC and other OTT services.  All customers use UCTM cloud-native software to eradicate many VoIP/SIP Cyber Security problems, including four key areas:

  1. Stopping more than $29 billion in Fraudulent theft of UC services
  2. Limiting the $2.5 million spent on every telecom DDoS (TDDoS) attack
  3. Blocking the $9.5 billion spent on Robocalls
  4. Reducing the $15 billion lost annually on network infrastructure issues and VoIP troubleshooting.