Network Security is a *!$&@

While organizations are focused on the Data Network, the Voice Network has become an easy target for cybercriminals.

Wednesday, April 6, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EASTERN

Half of your network is completely unguarded. Seriously.

The Situation

Your most critical communication channel is under constant attack and the majority of organizations are oblivious. Your phone system (aka, Voice Network) is being compromised right now by Nuisance Calls (Robocalls, Smishing, Spam Calls) and by Nefarious Calls (Social Engineering, Spoof Calls, Vishing).

About this Cybersecurity Seminar

Join us in this Cybersecurity Seminar to understand how your Voice Network has become a target for bad actors and cybercriminals, and is a rapidly evolving threat vector. Most organizations view the “Network” as the Data Network. That thinking is dangerous, and is leaving the Voice Network ripe for exploitation.

Register Here for the Recording

Through this 90-Minute
Cybersecurity Seminar you will learn:

  1. Why most organizations have a gaping hole in their Enterprise Security Strategy.
  2. The Bad Actors and Threats targeting your Voice Network.
  3. Best Practices your organization can adopt to secure the Voice Network.
  4. How your organization can gain visibility to the impact of current threats in your Voice Network.

A few insights:


of Voice Traffic should be immediately eliminated

These are incoming calls that intend to do harm (nuisance and nefarious).

Here is a Breakdown for Select Industries:

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Christopher Heuman HCISPP, CISSP, CHP, CHSS, CSCS
Founder, RISC Management & Consulting RISCsecurity.com

Prior to founding RISC Management, Chris Heuman worked in healthcare organizations in an information systems and data security capacity for 22 years, advancing from systems and network administration to project management, infrastructure management and information security. As the Director of Engineering Services at mCurve, he developed consulting programs focused on information security and compliance with applicable laws and frameworks and was Practice Leader for Compliance and Security at ecfirst. Through his practical experience and certifications as a Certified HIPAA Professional (CHP), Certified Security Compliance Specialist (CSCS), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP), Chris is uniquely qualified to assist organizations in understanding and meeting the myriad compliance and security regulations and requirements they face.  Further leveraging these skills, Chris led the information security risk program for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee including internal risk, third party risk, and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) programs.

As the Practice Leader at RISC Management, Chris helps clients with risk analysis, vulnerability assessment, business continuity management and planning, including education and training, project management, and consensus building at all organizational levels. Chris is a regular presenter at national conferences and events sponsored by healthcare, legal, and industrial organizations.

Chris can be contacted at Chris@RISCsecurity.com or 630.270.9336


Brian McDonald
Director of Product Development, Mutare

Brian is the Director of Product Development at Mutare. He oversees the design, development, and implementation of Mutare’s innovative product portfolio for scores of Mutare customers, from government agencies and educational institutions to health care providers. Brian is also the Security Officer for Mutare. In that role he is responsible for company policies, technologies and training to assure all company operations adhere to rigorous data protection and privacy measures. Brian’s deep commitment to data security combined with his role in product development is reflected in Mutare’s focus on products that not only revolutionize business communications but also protect the integrity of the customer’s IT networks.

Brian brings more than 20 years of experience in information systems technology development and management to Mutare. Following graduation from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he was hired to the operations team where he has developed a strong reputation as a problem-solver and customer advocate. Brian has led post-sales installation and support for more than 500 software installations representing Mutare’s full line of solutions.

Brian enjoys immersing himself in the technical aspects of his role, and thrives working with his teams in development, IT, and operations.