VoIP vulnerability may be over-hyped, analyst says

Wednesday, 25 January 2006, 3:04 PM EST

The surfacing of a pair of flaws in Ciscoís CallManager IP telephony servers last week raises the hot-button issue of how to secure enterprise VoIP networks from attacks. But one industry expert says the threat of an attacker or virus taking down a businesses IP PBX or VoIP network is more phantom than menace.

At NetworkWorld.

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