World VoIP NewsSipera Systems releases VoIP security application for Payment Card privacy
Sipera Systems releases VoIP security application for Payment Card privacy
Company Sipera Systems, the substantial player of real-time Unified Communications (UC) industry has announced its new VoIP security solutions, in order to react rapidly and with full compliance with new guidance forwarded by the industry Council for payment cards privacy.
PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) worked out a new guidance to protect credit card and payment card information in telephone-based (VoIP including) transactions. The guidance prompts businesses that manage credit cards, to ensure the privacy and encryption of VoIP communications processing cardholder data, and to keep full control over archiving and monitoring of these communications in compliance with PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) rules. Sipera's well reputed security solutions bring up comprehensive application-layer security for VoIP, making an organization to utilize vital security controls simply and easily.
"Many in the security community have recently focused on VoIP and Unified Communications application security as essential for safeguarding financial transactions of all kinds," said Adam Boone, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management for Sipera Systems. "The new guidance regarding payment card privacy is a critical development in this area, because VoIP communications are widespread and are now a favored target of hackers and fraudsters." Pre-integrated and interoperable with enterprise VoIP infrastructure from all leading manufacturers, Sipera's UC-Sec provides complete application-layer security architecture for VoIP and UC in one simple appliance. The UC-Sec enables an enterprise to comply with the PCI SSC guidance on VoIP security with these capabilities: Sipera also offers the breakthrough E-SBC solution, a highly cost- effective enterprise Session Border Controller. The E-SBC enables enterprises to adopt low-cost SIP trunks to decrease telecom costs, while enhancing the security architecture and preparing the enterprise for advanced Unified Communications applications.
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