VoIP security services taking hold

Friday, 7 July 2006, 4:54 PM EST

Carriers are beefing up their VoIP security services, and demand for these offerings is growing as more VoIP vulnerabilities come to light.

High-profile attacks against VoIP systems are helping drive this market. In early June, for example, two men were arrested and charged with routing approximately 500,000 calls illegally over the network belonging to Net2Phone. Fifteen Internet phone companies reportedly were victims of the scam.

At Network World.

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