911 Phone Systems and Critical Infrastructure
How do we protect 911 Phone Systems and other Critical Infrastructure?
911 Phone Systems, Traffic lights, emergency services, cell towers, power grids, air traffic control. All these things and part of the infrastructure we take for granted every day. But criminals, scammers and hacktivists are directing more and more malicious activity toward critical frameworks in order to wreak the most havoc.
The time is now to protect your 911 Phone Systems from a TDoS or other malicious attack.
Threats to 911 Phone Systems and other Critical Infrastructure
Telephony Denial of Service, or TDoS, attacks flood your data systems with bogus traffic and cause massive downtime.
Malicious callers who slip past the identification process pose a huge risk to your customers and your business.
Robocalls are not an innocent nuisance. They make up negative-value traffic aimed at identity theft and fraud.
Your bank calls to clear a problem with your account, and they need some personal info. Only, the call wasn't from your bank at all. You’ve just fallen victim to a social engineering scheme.
Scammers see your 1-800 services and corporate long distance lines as easy targets for Call Pumping. But you can't stop what you can't detect.
Even the savviest consumers fall prey to fraud and identity theft. But our managed voice security services see through scams and keep valued customers connected to your business.
White Papers and Other Resources
PSAPs can be taken out of service by TDoS and DDoS attacks on their infrastructure. DHS is also concerned, and is funding pilot programs to investigate. Dr. Ann Cox from DHS, Chuck Spaulding from Palm Beach County Florida, and Mark Collier, CTO at SecureLogix discuss what they are doing in a pilot program to understand the issue and potential fixes. Don't miss this MUST LISTEN podcast.
How to block TDoS Attacks, Toll Fraud, Voice Spam, Social Engineering and other common exploits.