Join us this 16th October at 3pm Malaysia time for one hour exclusive webinar for Malaysian customers.

This event brought to you jointly by Sangoma and Toshi.


Webinar: SIP Trunk Security with Session Border Controllers
16th October 2019, 3PM MYT

Businesses connecting their infrastructure to a SIP Trunk, or VoIP Connection, require a Session Border Controllers (SBC) for security, interoperability and transcoding. Often times, businesses will forget the importance of an SBC when switching from their legacy phone system to VoIP and simply use their existing firewall for protection, and make a huge mistake! A typical firewall can only protect your data network and as soon as you as you open it up to the internet, which is how you connect to VoIP services, the entire network is exposed. The other pitfall of using your existing firewall, instead of an SBC, is that phone calls may not connect or there will be audio issues. An SBC will automatically do the call translations for you, with the built-in interoperability features and also translate the audio with built-in transcoding capabilities.

Additionally standard SIP PBXs do not support connectivity to Multi-Line SIP Trunk. Sangoma’s award-winning SBCs are certified with Telecom Malaysia’s Multi-line SIP and can help customers to connect Multi SIP to their PBX.

  • Are you opening ports on the corporate firewall to allow remote workers access to your PBX?
  • Has your customer’s PBX system been compromised in the past?
  • Has your customer been a victim of toll fraud?
  • Do you intend to use TM MLS Service on your PBX?
  • Do you have multi-site environment which need interconnection?
  • Are you a telco service peovider and would like to enhance your platform security?

This webinar focuses will be an introduction to Sangoma SBCs, VoIP protection and discusses the security benefits of SBC plus other use cases including TM Multi-Line SIP

By the end of the webinar, you will have a complete picture of how an SBC enhances VoIP protection and how it is the solution for the above, and may more VoIP attacks out there in the wild.

Register today and attend on the 16th of October, 3PM Malaysia Time.


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