what do you think about eavesdropping? Everybody knows that data spying is a risk, but the interception of telephone calls is also high on the agenda of security experts as an IT security issue.
Eavesdropping on telephone conversations using wireless devices has become a serious problem. In a business environment, cybercrime has long since extended to personal customer conversations containing sensitive data and information.
The damage caused to companies by cybercrime in 2016 was estimated at 388 billion dollars and attacks have risen by almost half in four years Every German company is affected with, on average, damages amounting to around 7.5 million US dollars.
That's why security has to start from the very beginning: with wireless and therefore vulnerable communication. With the Engage series, Jabra offers rises to this challenge. The Engage series presents a new generation of wireless DECT headsets which have been designed for use in professional environments.
They offer fantastic user comfort, outstanding functionality and an impressive sound experience— everything your employees need for direct customer contact by phone. With its security features, the Engage series surpasses all other headsets on the market and goes far beyond the security of the leading Jabra Pro 9400 series.
Wireless phones use DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) as a standard. During telephone calls, data is transmitted between the base and headset and protected by encryption. DECT security is categorised in levels A, B and C. The higher the level, the better the security.
The Jabra Engage series meets all three security levels and uses FIPS 140-2 encryption algorithms, which even meet military standards. Jabra Engage offers the strongest level of encryption in a professional DECT headset thanks to the AES 256-bit key used. Jabra Engage renews encryption every minute, providing excellent protection against decryption.
The world's most powerful, professional, wireless headset.*
* Applies to Jabra Engage 75/65 stereo and mono versions. 19.02.2018 - See facts on Jabra.com/commercial claims. 1). *Depending on model 2). Further details can be found in our white paper - "lmproving DECT density in the office".