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Express Virtual Meetings prevents unwanted intruders on video calls

By Zoe Palin - EVM Marketing Manager

[MEDIA RELEASE]

EVM’s video-conferencing solution brings the latest in enterprise-grade HD video conferencing technology to businesses of all sizes. Secure SHA-256 RSA SSL encryption keeps video conferencing information safe from potential interceptors.

EVM’s proprietary video conferencing solution, vmeet.express, and the company’s H.323 video bridging service, express.vc – which is designed to work with H.323 or SIP-video compatible endpoints including Cisco, Polycom and Lifesize VC - are both built on WebRTC (the open framework for the web that enables Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities in the browser).

“Our H.323 video bridging service - is set by default to send and receive encrypted data when possible and account holders can also opt to grant access only to participants who use hardware that supports data encryption,” Andrea Goding, General Manager for Express Virtual Meetings explains.

“Additionally, our video conferencing infrastructure is housed in secure data centres in Australia, and is independent of the pubic internet. Our state-of-the-art security encryption technology - which aligns with standard security protocols – protects the transmission of voice and video data, impeding potential threats to customer security and privacy.”

For conferences that require security as a priority, EVM’s managed video and audio conferencing services provide the highest level of security possible. Its team of experts can connect a list of participants one-by-one and monitor the conference, whether over the phone, or via its H.323 video bridging service.

While EVM’s solution is built on a secure technology framework, there are a number of ways to prevent unwanted participants:

  • keep your access codes secure.
  • request new access codes when staff leave.
  • only issue conference start times and dates to those participants you want in attendance.

EVM is an Australian owned conferencing service, built and supported in secure Australia-based data centres.

Learn more.

 

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