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Source: Whitedust Security - Posted by Pax Dickinson   
Security There seems little doubt amongst industry experts, that VoIP usage will only grow over the next five to ten years. All public estimates put the growth of the VoIP market in the billions over the coming decade.

Considering the stability and reliability of the tradional telephony networks - a product of decades of work - it seems foolhardy to replace it. But the main selling point of VoIP is the low cost, so it's roll out is most likely inevitable.

Needless to say, the majority of your long distance calls are already handled as VoIP traffic.

Of particular relevence to most is the security of the new VoIP networks that are beginning to spring up. This article will attempt to cover all the most pressing security concerns regarding VoIP and its implementation.

Read this full article at Whitedust Security

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