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Securing VoIP training will teach students about the types of attacks VoIP can face, and how to protect networks from these attacks. The critical importance of Cisco IP telephony in business communications and its deep integration with enterprise IP networks makes it vulnerable to attacks. Cisco IP telephony controls converged networks to improve ROI and reduce TCO. This course will educate students about a complete guide to protect the IP telephony elements that go on top of infrastructures of data network, thus offering services for a stable, and protected IP Telephony Solution.
Online Live One to One Training
- Basic understanding of Cisco Voice and Security
Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-
- Security for Cisco IP Telephony
- Security building blocks
- Physical Security
- Layer 3 Security
- Security with the use of Adaptive Security Appliance
- Device and Application Security
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager Security
- Unity Connection Security and Cisco Unity
- Cisco Unified communications Manager Express Security
- Network Security
- Cisco Unified Presence Security
- Cisco Voice Gatekeeper, Gateway, and CUBE Security
- Security Framework
- Layer 2 Security
- Endpoint Security
- Network Management Security.
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VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. VoIP allows calls to be made via internet rather than though landlines or mobile towers. Examples include Skype, Google Voice and FaceTime. VoIP is gaining tremendous popularity among companies and consumers.
As VoIP enables communication over the internet, it is vulnerable to attacks. However, some simple precautions can help keep the communication, data and personal information secure and safe.
- Keep the applications updated
- Keep the operating system and internet security suite also updated
- Make your wireless network secure
- Secure your internet connection by using a VPN
- It is also important to note that good VoIP providers ensure that your network is equipped with the best security measures to keep your information and data safe.
It is often believed that calls can be traced but they can’t be trapped. If we consider VoIP calls, they are relatively safer as they are made over the internet. This is because VoIP data packets are almost always encrypted. Also, because of the mobile nature of the infrastructure, tracing the physical location is quite difficult.
A VoIP attack refers to the breaching of VoIP infrastructure in order to fetch or steal business and personal information, spy on an ongoing conversation or make expensive calls on somebody else’s dime.
Cisco offers VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology that enables making and receiving telephone calls over the internet. All you need is an internet connection, a traditional phone and an adapter; or a VoIP enabled phone; or a VoIP software on your computer.
VoIP is used as it:
- Saves money
- Supports multiple users at a time
- Requires cheap equipment
- Have more features
- Allows efficient use of bandwidth
- Can be accessed anywhere
- Enables virtual faxing
Major disadvantages include:
- No power means no service for VoIP phones
- Reliability of internet connection is a must
- Low voice quality
- Lack of security