Emerging threats to confidentiality of telecommunications

In recent years, we have seen a number of devastating cyber attacks and security breaches related to intercepted business and personal communicationsIn recent years, we have seen a number of devastating cyber attacks and security breaches related to intercepted business and personal communications. This is not surprising, considering that employees use inherently insecure telecom networks to communicate sensitive business and personal information domestically and abroad. Sophisticated cyber criminals and foreign governments routinely compromise communications of U.S. businesses in critical industries, whether by intercepting cell phone communications of mobile employees or the communications between international offices. 

Organizations that conduct business overseas need an innovative solution that can reliably protect their domestic and international communications from sophisticated attackers. Yet, such security may not be available to most of the businesses leaving them vulnerable to high profile attacks.  

Impact:

  • Competitive disadvantage
  • Loss of proprietary information
  • Jeopardized business missions
  • Harmed reputation
  • Exploited security of others

Interception

Communications of U.S. businesses are increasingly targeted by foreign competitors, their governments, and cyber criminals. Intelligence collection does not rest with just individual's business but includes all aspects of business and personal life, including friends and family.

Insufficient Controls

A chain of trust exercised in conventional information security may fall short when an opponent has virtually unlimited resources, sophisticated technology, and enough time to collect intelligence, plan, and execute an attack.

Complexity

Lacking a uniform protection of all communication channels, and security solutions that are difficult to deploy and use—this is a common cause that leads to employees either not using or misusing the technology designed to protect them.

Legal Considerations

Strong cryptography (e.g. NSA's "Suite A") is generally unavailable to U.S. businesses and its use is further restricted by the U.S. and international laws.

Solution

U.S.companies need a cost-effective and reliable secure communications solution. SECROM Unified Communications (UC) is the first comprehensive office and mobile unified communications and VoIP telephony service that provides unending confidentiality for voice, video, email, file transfer, messaging, and other services. It utilizes the One-time Pad (OTP) secure communication method at the scale and level of automation that has not been done before. OTP is the only encryption algorithm that is proven to be mathematically unbreakable and impossible to defeat—regardless of the computing resources and time available to an attacker. OTP offers protection that is comparable and in some aspects exceeding the National Security Agency’s (NSA) classified "Suite A" cryptography. See the SECROM Unified Communications product page for more information.

 

 

 

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