Researchers seek to save VoIP from security threats

Monday, 10 April 2006, 1:45 AM EST

With VoIP starting to live up to some of the hype, university researchers are looking to ensure that the technology's momentum in corporate and residential markets won't be ruined by myriad security threats.

The National Science Foundation says it has issued US$600,000 to the University of North Texas to spearhead development of a multi-university test bed to study VoIP security.

At Computerworld.

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