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Is VoIP Ripe for Attack? Print E-mail
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Source: CIO Today - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Wireless Security "As soon as the enterprise opens up VoIP to the Internet, they put a potentially huge security hole in their network," Andrew Graydon, vice president of technology at BorderWare Technologies, says. Essentially the days of closed corporate VoIP systems are over.

Is enterprise VoIP Latest News about VoIP (Voice over IP) due for a securityRelevant Products/Services from Messagelabs wake-up call, or are the threats mostly exaggerated? It depends on who's talking.

"The security aspects of enterprise VoIP have been overblown," says Irwin Lazar, senior analyst at Burton Group. "There's a lot more attention being paid to the fear of attack than what is actually possible."

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