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Did you know that 50% of conference callers say they consider it normal not to know exactly who is on their calls? Furthermore, 70% claim that they regularly discuss confidential information on those same calls?
Our report looks at the business implications of this overlooked element in the security of most organisations, including:
- Data on why business users aren’t adopting better, more secure tools
- Examples of dial-in conference calls with real-world security implications
- A look at how businesses can address this issue through better tools
Download the report now to learn more about the security impact of dial-in conferencing.
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