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Redefining the Enterprise Security Perimeter
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Attacks on enterprise unified communications (UC) traffic have risen six-fold in the past eighteen months. These attacks have cost enterprises more than $40B in the past year alone. The market demands a new unified enterprise security perimeter that combines the capabilities of next generation firewalls (NGFWs) with best-in-class session border controllers (SBCs).
Next Generation Managed Security Services
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As market leaders in data security and Unified Communications (UC) security, Palo Alto Networks and Sonus are working together to mitigate malware, telephony denial of service (TDoS) and other potential UC security threats, while at the same time increasing the visibility to the next generation firewall to potential malicious behavior.
Session Border Controllers for Dummies
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Learn to understand why enterprises and service providers need SBCs, save money with SBCs, seamlessly integrate your UC and SIP trunking deployments and to maximize SIP trunking ROI with SBCs.
Securing Real-Time Communications for Dummies
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Learn to recognize current trends in real-time communications (RTC), understand the threat landscape in RTC, secure your RTC and identify ten ways SBCs secure RTC.
2017 North American Enterprise Session Border Controller Company of the Year Award
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Find out about best practices for research as Sonus win the 2017 North American Enterprise Session Border Controller Company of the Year Award from Frost & Sullivan.

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