SAN ANTONIO -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- SecureLogix will be leading a featured session discussing the current state of voice and Unified Communications (UC) security at Enterprise Connect (formerly VoiceCon), the premier event for systems, software, services, and applications for enterprise communications and collaboration. The conference is being held March 18–March 21 at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center in Orlando.
“Communications Security – Report to the Industry”
The SecureLogix session, entitled “Communications Security – Report to the Industry,” will be held Thursday, March 21 from 10:00-10:45 a.m. SecureLogix executives Mark Collier, CTO and VP of engineering, and Rod Wallace, VP of global services, will discuss the state of voice/UC security and offer their real-world findings drawn from documented and observed operational attacks against U.S. corporations, supplemented by reports from government and other agencies, to give listeners a sense of which attacks pose the greatest risk to their communications, and which are still, at this stage, more distant prospects. Session attendees will come away with an understanding of the threats that should concern them most and how best to guard against these threats. Session attendees will also receive a copy of the third-annual SecureLogix “Voice & Unified Communications: State of Security 2013” report containing a survey of communications security vulnerabilities with associated threat level data and scientific forecast models that can be used to guide security investments and managerial decision making during the year to come.
About Mark Collier
Mark Collier is CTO and VP of engineering for SecureLogix. Collier is responsible for technology research and development and related intellectual property, with a special focus on UC security solutions. In addition to his corporate R&D work, he has completed publicly funded research into current and future threats to UC systems, protocols and application services. Collier is a frequently quoted author and presenter on the topic of voice and UC security, and has co-authored a book on VoIP security entitled Hacking Exposed: VoIP (McGraw Hill, 2006). Collier is currently working on a revision of this book, due out in 2013. Collier is also an author of the SANS VoIP Security course and a founding member of the VoIP Security Alliance (http://www.voipsa.org/).
About Rod Wallace
Rod Wallace is VP of global services for SecureLogix, with management responsibility over managed services, professional consulting, and customer support. Wallace has worked in the information technology sector for over 20 years, many of which were spent at Nortel building and managing teams and resources to deliver network security consulting and monitoring services to Fortune 100-level accounts. While at Nortel, Wallace led Nortel’s Secure SIP Trunking Solutions team supporting integrated product and service offers to strengthen Nortel’s position in the enterprise VoIP and SIP trunking markets.
SecureLogix, a Gartner designated “Cool Vendor” is the leader in enterprise voice/UC policy enforcement and ROI intelligence. SecureLogix 7th generation solutions enable customers to save money through securing and optimizing IP Telephony and legacy voice networks, allowing cost efficient and confident migration to SIP Trunking and Unified Communications. SecureLogix solutions are currently protecting and managing over four-and-a-half million enterprise phone lines. For more information, visit SecureLogix on the Web at www.securelogix.com and www.voipsecurityblog.com.
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