VoIP is becoming one of the most widely deployed protocols because it has the potential to lower telecommunications costs, mainly by reducing corporations' long distance charges, and support applications, like unified communications, that improve employee productivity. Market research firm Infonetics Research Inc. states that worldwide revenue from VoIP equipment rose 54% to $3.9 billion in 2005.
VoIP 2 Day Security Course Details:
This course is a hands on class that will cover a wide variety techniques for assessing the security of VoIP telephony implementations. The course covers VoIP security at the raw protocol level, concentrating on attack methodologies that are used against the most popular VoIP protocols, SIP and H.323. Understanding protocol level security is not enough, InfoSec Institute's VoIP Security Course also details the attacks against VoIP-specific network infrastructure.