London and Den Haag, 4th October Cyber Week – UM-LABS R&D, a leader in RTC Cyber Security UOS (Unicus) for Real-time communications (RTC) jointly described the developments of its partnership with KPN to combat major Data in Transit fraud and RTC cyber-attacks.
“Fraudulent activity is one of the many security threats facing IP based real-time communication services. The technology used in this new cyber security service by the Dutch National Telecom provider-KPN, compliments our RTC Cybersecurity technology and provides a complete security package benefiting both service providers and enterprises” said Peter Cox- CEO and inventor at UM Labs R&D.
To control this growing problem, UM Labs R&D and KPN have worked to test, audit and deliver a new model where Data in Transit cyber-attacks are protected, the addition of KPN cloud services around this, allow for full Data in Transit compliance set against GDPR, ENISA Guidelines and other regulations such as MiFiDII.
“KPN NGSS as a service’ based upon the UM-LABS technology will be available to all KPN Enterprise Market customers for Data in Transit RTC Cyber Security which is now a huge challenge for our customers and it provides a valuable over the top service, enabling detection and blocking of fraudulent voice, video and instant messaging calls, while protecting both our customers and their own bottom line” said Johan Camps-Director of Consulting at KPN Enterprise Market.
For more information, visit: www.UM-LABS.com