Is your company protected from a VOIP DDoS attack?

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Rami Neiman, Senior Software Engineer | Gilbert Gutierrez, Business Development Manager - Northforge Innovations

About this talk

Today, with less expensive and more powerful processing power and bandwidth, plus the emergence of unsecure and unsupervised IOT devices, attackers can launch potent DDoS attacks at much lower cost. As a result, not only the “big players” (such as banking, trade platforms, subscription services and social media) are in danger of being attacked. The ease of launching a DDoS attack has put every business, no matter how large or small, in the risk zone. Denial of service attacks strike at the very heart of client-business interaction: the channel of communication. Businesses relying on IP telephony and VOIP services are just as much exposed to the threat as the ones delivering their services via the web. With the growing number of DoS attacks launched against business infrastructure every year, no business can afford to pass on having an efficient solution to detect these attacks and mitigate their harmful effects. While large companies can afford to deploy high cost purpose-built network security equipment, smaller businesses can’t always justify that kind of investment. For them, cost, ease of deployment and flexibility are major decision factors in choosing a security solution. In this webinar, we will discuss how Northforge can address small business needs for cost-efficient, high performance and flexible VOIP DDoS protection solutions. We will demonstrate how, using Intel technologies, it’s possible to achieve real time threat detection and reporting using minimal customer-provided computational resources and without additional equipment investments.

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