Remote Worker Unified Communication (UC) Safeguards »

Corporations and their geographically dispersed workforces increasingly rely on modern real-time unified communication and collaboration platforms to improve remote workers productivity. Real-time UC application examples include Microsoft Workplace, Google Hangouts, Zoom, GoToMeeting, Cisco WebEx and Skype. RedShift Networks UCTM software delivers a secure environment for managing UC real-time network and application risks to secure the extended enterprise remote workforce including:

  • Real time VoIP Security, Fraud detection and Analytics software
  • Real time Global SIP Threat Intelligence pushing out Signature and Blacklist updates

  • Proactive Financial Risk Management, Cost Control and Security monitoring
  • Enable multiple monitors with AI/ML for detection of voice Security attacks and Toll Fraud events
  • Proactively Block threats in real-time via Auto Mitigation
  • Insight and comprehensive visibility into the entire VoIP network
  • Extensive reporting and call recording capabilities
  • Ease of system and/or software installation as compared to other network products
  • Intuitive and easy-to-navigate GUI interface, and Complement existing network elements (SBC, Soft Switch, Network Probes, CDR based fraud systems)

Remote worker security needs to mirror work processes and applications found inside any office or classroom. Real-time VoIP/UC application security mandates a different set of requirements currently not adequately covered by other network devices or encryption.

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Unified Communications Security

RedShift Networks software bridges the underlying security gap to help customers halt the spread of security threats to Unified Communication, 5G, or Voice-over-IP applications in enterprise workforces and their remote workers.

Today’s UC and collaboration applications offer limited native data security functionality:

  1. Authentication
  2. Encryption
  3. Network Layer Data Attacks (through applications plus any deployed firewalls & SBCs)

However, the VoIP/UC transport layer is completely exposed and vulnerable to more than 40,000 threats like Robocalls, Telecom Fraud, Telephony DOS, Conference call hijacking, and many other VoIP/UC threats. Real-time communication applications fall prey to malicious exploits and service theft operatives deploying new vulnerabilities and threat vectors.