[VoiceOps] Unsecured conference lines
Aryn Nakaoka 808.356.2901
anakaoka at trinet-hi.com
Thu Jun 2 15:17:36 EDT 2016
you can fake ANI ... of course they'd have to guess / known the number..
which would lean towards inside job.
Just make sure they sign off on usage charges and any spying liability.
Or email them every time someone goes into the conference bridge, live
monitoring, so they will be alerted if someone that shouldn't be in there
Or email them a recording of the call after each time its used,so they know
who was in there.
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On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 9:13 AM, Carlos Alvarez <caalvarez at gmail.com> wrote:
> We have outbound conferencing also, they don't want that. They already do
> have HD conferencing and some web control of conferences. This is purely
> about their standard inbound conferencing not having a PIN. Alex's
> suggestion about ANI made me think of a compromise where their internal
> callers (80% of callers) would have no PIN. This still exposes their board
> conversation to random peons in the company, but at least it doesn't affect
> our side of it and stops the random outside users.
> There would be no exorbitant billing opportunity here, since they are
> locked to 100 channels and pay a flat usage fee for them.
> On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 12:01 PM, Garrett Smith <garrett at pitchpivot.com>
>> Hi Carlos,
>> Check out ZipDX - they have a patented identity based conferencing that
>> eliminates the need for pins by calling out to the meeting attendees. The
>> system is used primarily for sensitive calls - investors, market research,
>> executives and was developed to stop the inconveniences of pins and
>> unsecured conference calls.
>> Can be customized to needs and they've also got a partner program.
>> You can learn more here: www.ZipDX.info or I'd be happy to put you in
>> touch with someone their.
>> *Garrett Smith*
>> *Pitch + Pivot, LLC*
>> Website: PitchPivot.com
>> Email: garrett at pitchpivot.com
>> Office: 716-322-3101
>> Cell: 716-903-9495
>> LinkedIn: /in/garrettsmith <http://www.linkedin.com/in/garrettsmith>
>> Twitter: @garrettsmith <http://www.twitter.com/garrettsmith>
>> On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 2:54 PM, Carlos Alvarez <caalvarez at gmail.com>
>>> We have a customer who has been nagging us to remove the PIN from their
>>> conference lines. They are getting more insistent. We've said no, for the
>>> obvious security reasons, and explained them all clearly. On top of it,
>>> this is a medical-related company having sensitive conversations on
>>> conferences. They keep pushing us. What would you do? On the one hand I
>>> think we have no liability in the matter, but on the other, we're more of a
>>> consulting ITSP than just a generic service provider. We specialize in
>>> helping people not do stupid things with their phone system. There's also
>>> the matter of just eating up a bunch of channels by people using it as
>>> their own conference.
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