Real-time Enterprise Unified Communications (UC) Safeguards
RedShift Networks is bridging 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.
Corporations and their geographically dispersed workforces increasingly rely on modern real-time unified communication and collaboration platforms to improve remote workers productivity. Real-time application examples include Microsoft Teams, Cisco WebEx, Zoom, Citrix GoToMeeting, Avaya OneCloud and other Unified Communication/Collaboration platforms.
Today’s Unified Communications and Collaboration applications offer limited security functionality including:
- Network Layer Data Attacks (through applications plus any deployed firewalls & SBCs)
However, the VoIP/Unified Communications 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.
RedShift Networks Unified Communication Threat Management (UCTM) software and services deliver a secure environment for managing the real-time network and Unified Communications/Collaboration 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
- Protection against more than 40,000 VoIP/Unified Communications threats & attacks
- 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)
Real-time communication applications fall prey to malicious exploits and service theft operatives deploying new vulnerabilities and threat vectors.