If any of you will be at the SpeechTEK conference in New York August 2-4, I’ll be there and giving a presentation on Monday, August 2nd, at 4:15 about Unified Communications security. The panel abstract is:
As applications move into the multichannel and interconnected world, what are the security concerns you need to consider? Aaron Fisher enumerates the best practices for information security with speech applications and the benefits of tuning in a secure environment. Dan York, author of the bestselling book The Seven Deadliest Unified Communication Attacks, will discuss the major risk areas of unified communications, what steps you can take to mitigate/reduce those risks, a checklist of questions to consider in your implementation, and a look at the future in an increasingly interconnected and converged network.
I’ll be naturally covering some of the topics in my book and talking about overall communication security, VoIP security, cloud security, etc. Not sure if I’ll be able to make a recording of it available later, but will do so if I can. If you are going to be at the show, please do say hello. (More info on what I’m doing on the show can be found here.)