Sipera Systems and Future Com Enter into Partnership
Sipera Systems and Future Com, a provider of security and network management solutions, have entered into a partnership to better secure enterprise unified communications.
Officials with Sipera Systems said that the combined expertise is expected to ease deployment of security and network systems in McAfee environments.
"Future Com Professional Services include the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator Audit Service, which analyzes existing ePolicy environments to determine proper operations and identify any mis-configurations or inoperative features. This complements Sipera's participation in McAfee's Security Innovation Alliance (SIA)," said Andy Asava, vice president of business development for Sipera, in a statement.
"Working together, Future Com and Sipera enable enterprises to satisfy industry security and privacy mandates, benefit from real-time UC collaboration, and secure business critical communications," said Asava.
"By partnering with Sipera, we can better ensure our enterprise customers' communications are compliant with HIPAA, PCI DSS and SOX mandates," said Douglas Hollenshead, CEO & president for Future Com.
"And, given our joint McAfee expertise, we can comprehensively conduct Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing, and deploy integrated UC security and network management systems, in those environments," said Hollenshead.
Sipera Systems, a major player in real-time Unified Communications (UC) security solutions, is the choice of enterprises and service providers around the world to support their mission-critical UC deployments.Sipera offers solutions that secure voice, video, messaging, collaboration, and other real-time communications in converged IP networks, boosting compliance with information security requirements and simplifying the adoption of UC.
unified communications in March reported that Sipera Systems had announced its VoIP security solutions offers comprehensive application-layer security for VoIP, enabling an enterprise to implement the important security controls issued recently byPCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to protect credit card and payment card information in telephone-based transactions, including VoIP.
According to the company its security appliance solution allows rapid and simple compliance with new guidance that advises businesses that handle credit cards to ensure the privacy and encryption of VoIP communications carrying cardholder data, and to control archiving and monitoring of these communications in compliance with PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) rules.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein