Do you know the state of your conference call security?

Despite the proliferation of robust software options, too many users still dial in to their conference calls using nothing more than phone numbers and access codes, and end up sharing confidential information without knowing exactly who is on the line.

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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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