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Written by: Mike Yang

pindrop-man-RGB Its another day at RSAC 2015. On Wednesday, everyone was talking about how to secure the Internet of Things (IoT).  One speaker, Daniel Miessler of HP, told the audience that there is not a particular vulnerability in IoT. Rather, all the security problems of the last 20 years are being repeated and combined in IoT.
One thing these IoT devices have in common is a growing dependance on voice as an interface. This means that we can expect that all the security issues that have plagued the voice channel in the past will be repeated on IoT voice enabled devices.
As the RSA Expo opens for its final day, we’re looking forward to talking about how Pindrop can help protect the voice channel with fraud prevention and customer authentication. Read on for more details on what to expect from Pindrop at RSA today.
First, we’re offering one more free coffee hour at Peet’s on 3rd & Mission, across the street from the Moscone Center. Just show your RSAC badge between 9:30AM & 10:30AM for a free drink on us!
rsa-pindrop-map Stop by our booth (#245) between 11:00am-3:00pm to meet the Pindrop team and talk phone fraud and authentication. We’ll be running in-booth presentations all day.
In Booth Presentation Schedule:
11:15 AM – Using Call Audio to Authenticate Call Center Customers & Detect Fraud (Demo)
12:00 PM – What You Can Tell From A Phone Call
12:45 PM – Using Call Audio to Authenticate Call Center Customers & Detect Fraud (Demo)
1:30 PM – The Weird World of Phone Fraud: How Criminals Exploit Your Call Center