Security has always been a top priority with VSee. In fact, VSee was created and designed right from the start to ensure data security. Unlike the H.323/SIP systems such as Cisco, Polycom, LifeSize, etc. which have been getting attention lately for the security risks they may pose, VSee makes security fairly easy and convenient in an era when protecting private information is a big concern for everyone.
Check out Milton’s brief article explaining a few of the ways that VSee security works differently from legacy H.323/SIP videoconferencing systems. You can also read the comments of the H.323 Standards Committee Chair, Paul E. Jones, who graciously allowed us to publish his response to the article.
- NY Times article on videoconferencing boardrooms getting hacked
- Telepresence Options response to NYT – In defense of videoconferencing security
- VSee’s Security
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