If your company is planning to exploit the incredible power, flexibility and cost savings offered by VoIP, there is something you should know: VoIP people don’t think like IP people, so security is going to be a nightmare.
Stories by Winn Schwartau
FRAMINGHAM (10/17/2003) - In my last column, I challenged readers to figure out how I securely communicated from the ether-sniffing environs of DefCon, the annual hacker convention in Las Vegas. Hundreds of solutions came flying my way. Some were fairly inane: "Morse code," said one reader. Others were highly creative: "You took a signal from the infrared port, linked it to your Palm and used a line-of-sight antenna."
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