Supplier group to address VoIP security concerns

Tuesday, 15 February 2005, 12:49 PM EST

Members include 3Com, Alcatel, Avaya, Ernst & Young's Giuliani Advanced Security Center, Qualys, Siemens, Spirent, Symantec, the Sans Institute and TippingPoint.

Now experts are warning that the low-cost telecoms technology, based on converged voice and data networks, may not be mature enough to use on the public internet, particularly for communicating with teleworkers and business partners.

By Cliff Saran at Computer Weekly.

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