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Businesses have Called time on security attacks

With business communications moving toward IP-based platforms, the opportunities for attack and fraud have multiplied — but security is something any operation can take seriously, writes Jason Walsh

3rd April, 2016
Businesses are building on their computer security systems Pic: iStock.com

Unified communications (UC) has rapidly become standard practice for large business, and, increasingly, in the SME sector as well, and while there is a large number of vendors, specialist security operations also exist.

UC Defence is a cyber security company that protects unified communication deployments, regardless of the service provider or hardware vendor, said founder and chief executive Paul Byrne. “Our real-time voice firewalls mitigate ‘over-the-top attacks’ that are designed to target UC networks. Our...

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