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Telemate upgrades its VoIP networking security applications


Telemate upgrades its VoIP networking security applications
Company TeleMate.Net Software, being the prominent provider of VoIP network management and Web security applications, has announced about the general availability of modern upgrades for its TeleMate Unified Call Management portfolio.
As one of the premier operators in voice services and technologies since 80-ies, TeleMate.Net Software emphasizes that innovative Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) applications fail to meet a basic segment of the network - the VoIP network. The concept entitled as the Voice Security Information and Event Management (vSIEM) is designed to cover the visibility gap that provides provisional risks for enterprises and providers exposed. VoIP security and compliance verification have brought up the vital necessity for vSIEM. This is getting critical because of the unbelievable rates of VoIP adoption as a mainstream technology using IP data networks. Major VOIP PBX producers such as Cisco, Avaya, and Siemens have deployed some tools of basic security controls, however VoIP services prone to be under the threats that continue to be imposed even in cases of the best border security. Moreover, PBX vendors face the challenges of the mining of worthy business insight by handling huge packets of cryptic data required to integrate network activity to a particular customer, as well as to the source and end-points of communication chain. TeleMate Unified Call Management (UCM) smoothly interoperates with major networking technologies to deliver holistic, real-time aggregation of all communication operations, intensive visualization tools, specific trend-based alerts and notifications. "Selective and safe, so called role-based availability of VoIP network data is task-critical to company’s management for several reasons, such as regulatory demands, data loss protection and identity verification", commented John O'Reilly, COO at TeleMate.Net Software. "Although these issues are normally used in connection with the Internet, the power of a standing alone system to provide rapid working data to executive management, as well as team leaders is an imperative. vSIEM conjoins this flexibility for voice networks with dynamic trending from the handset to the public interface and VoIP gateway . vSIEM ensures business customer with a robust picture of how the network is being adopted."


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