OTEL protects vulnerable SME VoIP users

Thursday 19 November 2015 | 11:57 CET | News
South Africa's Otel has launched VoIPGuard to help protect vulnerable SME VoIP users. VoIPGuard is an active voice and data fraud prevention system that loads an intelligent sensor into an SME's VoIP-based PBX system. The software immediately starts monitoring the packets of data flowing into the VoIP system for four types of alerts that could indicate suspicious incoming calls. These include unusually high concurrency detection, unusually high registration attempts on a VoIP account, foreign country IP change detection and unusually high SIP packets detection on a VoIP account. If any of

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