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Voice Network Security Experts
For 20 years, we've profiled the schemes and threats plaguing unified communications networks. That's how we've developed patented voice network security technology — now in its 8th generation — and built a skilled team to monitor and protect some of the world's largest and most complex contact centers and voice networks.
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Voice Security Research
SecureLogix was asked by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to study one of the most insidious cybersecurity threats in practice today: spoofed calling numbers, a.k.a. spoofing.
We're also researching crucial defense strategies for businesses, individuals, and the government when they're faced with Telephony Denial of Service (TDoS) attacks.
Lock-tight caller authentication will be the key, and our work under the DHS' Cyber Security Division's Science and Technology Directorate could unlock next-gen voice network security capabilities.
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We're not your largest technology vendor, we're the one with the startup agility and decades of unrivaled enterprise experience. The one that who shows up to give super-hero-level support, just moments before you need us.
We're not like the other vendors. We're the one you trust.
The Internet had been brought to its knees. In 1988, a computer program written by a graduate student named Robert Morris snaked its way across much of the early Internet. The so-called Morris Worm infected and crashed anywhere from one-sixth to one-third of all computers connected to the Internet, according to a Government Accountability Office report from the time.
SecureLogix, a leading provider of voice and UC security solutions, is demonstrating some of its phone security and safety research at Black Hat USA 2017. The research is funded by the Cyber Security Division (CSD) of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, and is focused on developing better solutions for Telephony Denial of Service (TDoS) attacks and call spoofing fraud.
SecureLogix wins 2017 "Bang for the Buck" Award from the Cyber Security Division (CSD) of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate.
How to block TDoS Attacks, Toll Fraud, Voice Spam, Social Engineering and other common exploits.
In this report, we discuss the current, real-world state of security in the realms of enterprise Voice and Unified Communications (UC).
CTO Mark Collier talks real-world voice security on "No Jitter," a leading podcast on the converging networking worlds.