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London, 8th May 2019 at Tech UK – The growing incidence of security failures and the loss of personal data has generated a raft of more stringent and comprehensive compliance regulations. When compliance is discussed, most people think of protecting names, address and credit card details in static databases. This is important, but it is equally important to protect data-in-transit.  Data-in-transit includes voice and video calls and Instant Messages. The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) specifically include calls and IM within their definition of data processing.

This techUK briefing will be an opportunity to discuss the different measures needed to protect data-in-transit and how different companies are meeting the growing number of data protection compliance regulations.  Inventor at UM-Labs R&D, Peter Cox will demonstrate how criminals hack and cease control of voice, video and IM in transit.

“Fraudulent activity is one of the many security threats facing IP based real-time communication services. The technology used by our RTC Cybersecurity Unicus and provides a complete security package benefiting both service providers and enterprises” said Peter Cox- CEO and inventor at UM Labs R&D.

“The risk that GDPR will present to organizations when it takes effect in May 2018 will be significant, and having the ability to access, understand and control information of all types will be paramount to managing that risk,” said Joe Garber, vice president, Information Management and Governance at Micro Focus. “The missing piece of content to be properly captured, processed, analysed, accessed and stored in the Information Management ecosphere is voice and audio communications. We’re thrilled to be tackling this growing problem with UM-LABS R&D.” 

With UM-Labs we are building a full and integrated real-time IP communication solution, to bring secure and encrypted connectivity to all Unified Communications platforms through our Hoox application and devices. This offer could be provided in a “Platform as a service” model or integrated in a corporate private cloud as needed and will strengthen our customer’s compliance & risk management in alignment with EU & US Directives” says Chris Moret, Vice President Cybersecurity at Atos.


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