Voice Security Solutions

IP Telephony is a general term for the technologies that use the Internet Protocol`s packet-switched connections to exchange voice, video, data and other forms of information that have traditionally been carried over the dedicated circuit-switched connections of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). IP Telephony Security by definition is “Securing the ‘IP Telephony components’ on top of a ‘Secure data network infrastructure’ to provide a resilient, stable and scalable IP Telephony network.” IP Telephony operates at a system level by interacting with many different components: Call control, IP Phones, gateways, other IP Telephony applications, and underlying infrastructure. In short, IP Telephony is securing – a conversation from an IP Phone to another endpoint or an end device (IP Phone, gateway, application server and so on).

Service Security is a set of mechanisms via which you can restrain service threats, such as toll-fraud, TDoS and SPIT. This mechanisms includes features like implementing partitions and calling privileges, block off-net to off-net transfers, malicious call identification service, trusted lists and etc.

IP Phones (endpoints) offer built-in features to secure the user-facing endpoints. These features can be enabled or disabled on a phone-by-phone basis to increase the security of an IP Telephony deployment. Because the end-user layer is where most of the attacks (internal or external) originate from, it is sensible to have some simple tasks carried out to harden the endpoints so that the otherwise impending attacks are counteracted. These tasks can be performed from the PBX.

Encryption is a way to enhance the security of a message or file by scrambling the contents so that it can be read only by someone who has the right encryption key to unscramble it.Encryption is important because it allows you to securely protect data that you don`t want anyone else to have access to.