25 ways to secure your VoIP network

Monday, 4 December 2006, 12:12 AM EST

A VoIP network is susceptible to the usual attacks that plague all data networks: viruses, spam, phishing, hacking attempts, intrusions, mismanaged identities, DoS attacks, lost and stolen data, voice injections, data sniffing, hijacked calls, etc.

The only difference is, with other technologies people take basic steps to protect themselves. With VoIP, nobody is doing so. As a result, all we hear about in the mainstream media is how vulnerable and unreliable VoIP is. And let’s face it until people start taking the steps to safeguard their networks, this technology isn’t going to go places.

At VoIP Lowdown.

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