Tag Archives: RTC security

TADSummit Asia 2021 Agenda

Sponsored by Through May 2021 we will publish presentations daily. I’m excited about all the content we have planned, it’s going to be fun and insightful. TADSummit is the event for programmable communications, since 2013. TL;DR (Too Long; Didn’t Read) Version of Agenda Welcome. Programmable Communications Review, Alan Quayle, independent Keynotes Mindful Connections, Sami Mäkeläinen, … Continue reading TADSummit Asia 2021 Agenda

A Slice of TADSummit: Open Source

In this series of weblogs, A Slice of TADSummit, we review some of the important themes from TADSummit EMEA Americas 2020. This slice focuses on Open Source. Thank you to all the presenters and our sponsors: Automat Berlin, GoContact, Radisys, and Sangoma for making TADSummit possible. In putting this slice together I realized how many sessions included open source. It’s a component of almost every presentation given … Continue reading A Slice of TADSummit: Open Source

A Slice of TADSummit: Fraud and Security

In this series of weblogs, A Slice of TADSummit, we review some of the important themes from TADSummit EMEA Americas 2020. This slice focuses on Fraud and Security. This segment is a little broader as identity is an important element that enhances customers’ experiences. Thank you to all the presenters and our sponsors: Automat Berlin, GoContact, Radisys, and Sangoma for making TADSummit possible. Security and … Continue reading A Slice of TADSummit: Fraud and Security

Summary of TADSummit EMEA Americas Week 4 (23-26th Nov)

This weblog summarises the presentations given during TADSummit EMEA Americas Week 4. Thank you to all the presenters and our sponsors: Automat Berlin, GoContact, Radisys, and Sangoma for making TADSummit possible. We’re seeing 100-120 views per day on the TADSummit YouTube Channel. Slideshare is showing 350-400 views per day with the occasional 650 views, and about 100 users per day at the TADSummit … Continue reading Summary of TADSummit EMEA Americas Week 4 (23-26th Nov)

Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security, Sandro Gauci

Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security. Sandro Gauci, CEO / Senior Penetration Tester / Chief mischief officer at Enable Security GmbH. Sandro Gauci leads operations and research at Enable Security. To this community he is known as the original developer of SIPVicious OSS, the SIP security toolset. At Enable Security, he helps develop … Continue reading Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security, Sandro Gauci