Tixeo Launches Secure Video Conferencing Android App
June 15, 2017
The threat landscape in the digital world is unrelenting. Proof of this fact is the constant headlines detailing the latest security breaches of some of the largest public and private organizations in the world. For the hackers, each connection is a possible vector of entry to either steal valuable information or use the compromised network to launch further attacks. Video conferencing is such a vector, and as more people use their mobile devices to carry out conferences, the platform is experiencing an increased number of attacks. Tixeo, a company specialized in secure video conferencing, has launched an Android (News - Alert) mobile video conferencing app with professional grade security to protect users from this threat.
Since 2003, Tixeo has been developing high performance secure video conferencing solutions for large enterprises. The company now provides the technology for organizations of all sizes as well as individuals with the same grade of security protection. The company's latest development is an Android mobile app for video conferencing designed to protect users when they are on their smartphones and tablets.
At any given video conference, a wide range of sensitive information is discussed, including board meetings, R&D collaborations, sales forecasts and more. And if participants are not in their office or home, a smartphone or tablet is used in many instances.
The Tixeo Android app will protect users with the highest communications security using true end-to-end encryption on a multipoint meeting without a backdoor, no port to open and zero impact on network security policies. The platform is the first video conferencing solution certified CSPN and qualified by ANSSI for Windows & Mac OS.
Once you're connected, Tixeo optimizes the performance with high quality audio and video using its exclusive SVC on Demand technology to continuously adapt to the streams of the network on 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi. Additional features include integrated chat with advanced moderation options and unlimited communication time using the Tixeo global connectivity. The app is interoperable with legacy H.323 / SIP video conferencing systems and telephone networks as well as platforms such as Cisco (News - Alert), Lifesize and others.
Last year alone the overall cost of cybercrime was estimated at more than $400 billion, with records of around 800 million people’s information being stolen. This includes the theft of intellectual property, innovations, and confidential business information, which can be accessed by just listening to a video conference if the platform has been compromised.
Edited by Alicia Young
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