4 edition of Securing VoIP networks found in the catalog.
Securing VoIP networks
|Statement||Peter Thermos and Ari Takanen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
VoIP Security Risks. The internet can be a particularly vulnerable place for VoIP networks for a variety of reasons; perhaps the most serious risk is that if an attack was to occur, it cannot be. understanding how voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology will impact regulatory choices, without speculating on the nature of the new regulatory regime. On the technical side, Internet Protocol (IP) being agnostic to the physical medium provides a way to run VoIP as an application on wired or wireless networks. The.
Voice over IP (VoIP), the use of the packet switched internet for telephony, has grown substantially in the past ten years. Securing VoIP has many challenges that do not exist in the public switched telephone network (PSTN), a circuit switched system. VoIP is an application. Securing Connections from Dynamic IP Addresses Users running VoIP apps on mobile, those working from home, and roaming users who connect via Wi-Fi will all connect from dynamic IP addresses – something that cannot be avoided. Fortunately, there are a number of precautions you can take to increase network security.
The book you are about to enjoy represents an entirely new modality of publishing and a major first in the industry. The founding concept behind is the idea of an effective VoIP security plan that balances network security against the VoIP requirements for availability, reliability, and performance. A systematic and. Securing VoIP system is more challenging than securing pure data network. First, all security problems related with data network appear in VoIP system since they share same network infrastructure. Secondly, VoIP does not have a dominant stand ard so far. The support of two standards in products just increases the chance of buggy application.
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In Securing VoIP Networks, two leading experts systematically review the security risks and vulnerabilities associated with VoIP networks and offer proven, detailed recommendations for securing them.
Drawing on case studies from their own fieldwork, the authors address VoIP security from the perspective of real-world network implementers, managers, and security by: VoIP Vulnerabilities - Securing VoIP Networks: Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Countermeasures [Book] Chapter 4.
VoIP Vulnerabilities. Chapter 3, “Threats and Attacks,” discussed threats and attacks in VoIP networks, and this chapter focuses on the actual vulnerabilities, meaning the flaws that allow a threat agent to take advantage. In Securing VoIP Networks, two leading experts systematically review the security risks and vulnerabilities associated with VoIP networks and offer proven, detailed recommendations for securing 5/5(2).
Securing VoIP Networks, the new book by Peter Thermos and Ari Takanen, looks at VoIP infrastructure and analyzes its vulnerabilities much as the Open Web Application Security Project did for Web. Most books on VoIP security focus on generic issues such as call signaling and media security.
Cisco IP network professionals need more than that: they need real-world detail for securing specific Cisco IP telephony equipment, infrastructure, and applications. Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks provides all that and more.
In this excerpt of Securing VoIP: Keeping your VoIP Network Safe, author Regis (Bud) Bates outlines different approaches to VoIP security and offers best practices to ensure infrastructure security is intact.
CHICAGO, J /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new market research report "Network Security Firewall Market by Component, Solution (Signaling Firewall (SS7 and Diameter Firewall) and SMS. * Mark Collier’s “The Value of VoIP Security” has excellent recommendations for securing VoIP which are worth quoting directly here: Use some form of host-based intrusion detection to detect Author: M.E.
Kabay. VoIP and Network Security Controls This chapter discusses network security controls that can be used to protect a VoIP deployment.
Note that network security controls are only one - Selection from Securing VoIP Networks: Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Countermeasures [Book]. Unified communications doesn’t mean one-size-fits-all. The best technology still relies on skilled people—from initial installation to everyday implementation.
For an integrated communication solution that adapts to your needs, check out Cloud 9 by VOIP Networks. Web Security, for Network and System Administrators is designed to educate users in the technologies, terms, and processes related to Internet security.
Divided into four distinct parts, this text will teach individuals about the concepts and techniques related to general security, network security, operating system security, and methods for. Introduction. Securing a Voice over IP (VoIP) network is a complex issue that involves many factors, including elements unique to each speciﬁc network conﬁguration.
As with any IP based network, VoIP systems are potential targets of many types of attacks. In this paper, we will discuss some of these attacks, and present some mechanisms that the developer of a VoIP product can incorporate to make the device more secure.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks, the technology used to place phone calls through the Internet, suffer from the same security holes as standard IP networks.
This book reviews the many possible VoIP attacks, and discusses the best defenses against them. The book covers topics in general networking, cabling basics, ethernet networks, TCP/IP basics, routing, wireless networks, virtualization and cloud computing, network security, network management and monitoring etc.
The author (Mike Meyers) is the leading authority in writing CompTIA exam books and has authored several best sellers in this field. Low-cost and written in a clear and engaging way, VoIP For Dummies is one of the must-have VoIP books. It reveals the secrets of VoIP, making them easy to understand.
It covers the use of VoIP for both home and business networks, explains the use of VoIP over a wireless network, and defines the advantages and disadvantages of the technology. IP routing is the basic of internetworking, and any Network Engineer should know the inside out.
This book is a comprehensive guide on all the routing protocols (RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF) along with IP addressing (classfull and classless) and CIDR/VLSM. This is the essential background for network engineers who wants to work on core routing.
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The popular and widely used protocols are TCP/IP with associated higher- and lower-level protocols. TCP/IP Protocol Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP.
VoIP has finally arrived as a mainstream application, so security is important when you're replacing the world's oldest, largest and most resilient and available communications network.
Professional, secure Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks are managed, secured, and operated by experienced professionals as organizations have migrated most of their key information and business resources to the Internet.
This chapter summarizes some recommendations for securing VoIP network. Strong passwords should be used. The book showcases easy-to-follow Cisco IP Telephony applications and network security-centric examples in every chapter.
This guide is invaluable to every technical professional and IT decision-maker concerned with securing Cisco IP telephony networks, including network engineers, administrators, architects, managers, security analysts, IT directors, and consultants/5(15). Book Description.
The real-world guide to securing Cisco-based IP telephony applications, devices, and networks. Cisco IP telephony leverages converged networks to .This publication introduces VOIP, its security challenges, and potential countermeasures for VOIP vulnerabilities. Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) refers to the transmission of speech across data-style networks.
This form of transmission is conceptually superior to conventional circuit switched communication in many ways.In this excerpt from Chapter 7 of VoIP Security, authors James F. Ransome and John Rittinghouse introduce VoIP security risks and offer a strategy for addressing them.
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