How to Cheat at VoIP Security

Converging voice and data on the same wire, regardless of the protocols used, ups the ante for network security engineers and managers. One consequence of this convergence is that in the event of a major network attack, the organization's entire telecommunications infrastructure can be at risk. Securing the whole VoIP infrastructure requires planning, analysis, and detailed knowledge about the specifics of the implementation you choose to use.

In this download, SearchVoIP.com brings you Chapter 5 of How to cheat at VoIP security. "Threats to VoIP Communications Systems" details tips and shortcuts to securing your VoIP network. Converging voice and data on the same wire, regardless of the protocols used, ups the ante for network security engineers and managers. This chapter explains how securing the whole VoIP infrastructure requires planning, analysis and detailed knowledge about the specifics of the implementation you choose to use. Click to Download!

Printed with permission from Syngress, a division of Elsevier. Copyright 2007. "How to Cheat at VoIP Security" by Thomas Porter and Michael Gough. For more information about this book, please visit www.syngress.com.

This was last published in July 2007

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