December 30, 2013

Making Unified Communications Secure: A Blueprint for Enterprise Session Border Controller Deployments


Enterprises are deploying IP-based unified communications (UC) solutions to increase productivity, improve collaboration, and reduce capital equipment and operating expenses. However, conventional IP security products (such as firewalls and intrusion detection and prevention systems) were not designed with these kinds of real-time communications in mind--leaving organizations vulnerable to security threats.  

When introducing UC platforms, IT teams must craft new strategies and identify new security solutions to protect and control real-time communications flows. Enterprise session border controllers (E-SBCs) are designed to overcome the unique security challenges enterprises typically encounter when introducing unified communications solutions. 

This white paper reviews common UC security issues and describes how Oracle Enterprise Session Border Controller--in concert with conventional data security solutions--can help businesses safeguard IT assets, mitigate financial loss or legal exposure, and maintain high service levels when deploying real-time communications over IP networks.



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