Secure Videoconferencing Reduces Vendor Risks
Implementation When implementing secure videoconferencing, vendors face risks affecting the security and reliability of a video-conferencing system. There are risks such as security breaches and data loss. They also have to consider device compatibility and other third-party vulnerabilities. Digital attackers can also be able to access secure videoconferencing as any other form of communication. It is possible to have malicious parties intercept the information being transmitted through a videoconferencing platform and gain access. The company could be exposed to serious risks such as digital theft or sabotage. (Wang and al. 2015). The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), which can lead to data loss in videoconferences, could fail without proper security measures. Kansal et. al., 2002). If the receiver endpoint isn’t reachable in a given time period, the packet may be dropped. Device compatibility: All devices used for videoconferencing must be capable of communicating over the same network and all display, audio and camera characteristics should work (Guana and al. 2020). Videoconferencing systems may fail to function properly if they are not able to communicate with each other. Third-Party Vulnerabilities. If the videoconferencing system integrates with third-party services or applications, vulnerabilities could pose a threat to the whole system (Radu and al. 2015). Vendors must recognize the risks and potential vulnerabilities of secure videoconferencing and implement the appropriate security measures to safeguard the system. References Guana, D., Koutsourelakis , A., Kampas, G., & Mamatas, L. (2020). Cloud, big data and edge computing enable secure and efficient collaborative smart-city services. International Journal of Information Technology, 18(2), 94–108. Kansal, R., Modi, S., & Banerjee, A. (2021). Secure Internet of Things using end-to-end encrypted communication with transport layer security IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 10(1), 18–25. Radu, M., Marica, I., Dragomirescu, R. R., & Olaru, S. (2015). Vulnerabilities detection in secure systems. International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Information Systems and Security 2015 (ATISS), pp. 3–7). Wang, T., Hong, Y., Huang, Y., & Wu, E. (2015). Voice-over-IP security: Threats and possible solutions IEEE Security & Privacy, 13(3), 56–64.Cont…
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