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Protecting Against the Next Generation of UC Attacks

Sorell Slaymaker (Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research)

Date: Wednesday, April 1

Time: 3:00pm - 3:45pm

Pass Type: Entire Event, Tue-Thu Conference - Get your pass now!

Track: Management & Security

Hot Topic(s): Security

Vault Recording: TBD

Unified Communications interactions requires a new level of security awareness from communications teams, as well as a better understanding by security teams of the unique properties of communications systems compared with standard transaction-based security. UC clients, APIs, and services need a full security suite, yet too many enterprises attempt to simply apply standard application security measures, which limit what users can do while still leaving the enterprise exposed to the complex security challenges of UC. In this session, a leading communications security expert will offer advice on developing a strong security posture for your enterprise’s UC systems, covering specific steps including: encryption; MFA, Zero Trust, Watermarking content and conference calls, UC-Centric Security Training; and more. You’ll come away from this session better able to tackle the unique security challenges of today’s UC systems.

Takeaways:

* Concrete actions you can take to improve your current security posture and offer enhanced security capabilities over and above what comes with a UC/UCaaS solution / * Best practices for maintaining a high level of security including a UC security reference architecture
* Ways for the enterprise security and communications teams to work together more effectively