Video Conferencing Security
The Kinly Cloud
We understand the need for reassurance when it comes to using any video rooms or cloud conferencing software. We diligently test our Cloud Room Security, Data Storage, Device Registration and Service Network Monitoring in order to always reassure you that your video call is secure and safe.
For added security, you can set up your CloudRoom with PIN numbers. You can use the same PIN for all participants, or you can use PINs to differentiate between Hosts and Guests. When a participant dials the address of a CloudRoom that has a PIN, they are presented with an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) screen where they are asked to enter the PIN number. They must enter the correct PIN before they can join the conference.
To keep abreast of any potential threats in the software or 3rd-party component of the service, Kinly Cloud follows the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) system that provides a reference-method for publicly known information-security vulnerabilities and exposures.
If you want to prevent any further participants from joining a conference after it has started, you can lock it from the KinlyCloud user interface. After a conference has been locked, participants who are attempting to join the conference can be allowed in individually by the Host.
Secure Encryption Methods We Use
• AES 128-bit encryption for media
• TLS for SIP call control
• SRTP for SIP media
• H.235 for H.323 media
If you have any questions regarding the security of any Eyenetwork service, please get in touch with our experienced technicians and we’ll be happy to assist you.
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