Voice Anti-Hacking Workshop (VHACK)

Course Description Schedule

Who should attend

IT specialists tasked to design, set up, and operate IP telephony networks


Course Objectives

This course uses in live demonstrations in the training network to show you how hackers attack IP telephony systems. You will be acquainted with typical security shortcomings and the corresponding countermeasures. Extensive hands-on exercises illustrate the security problems and effective protective measures presented here.

Course Content

  • IP telephony overview
    • Reasons for using IP telephony
    • The development of telephony
    • Hacking telephone networks
  • IP telephony techniques
    • Setting up VoIP networks
    • How VoIP works
    • Quality of service for VoIP
    • H.323 architecture
    • SIP signaling
  • IP telephony security risks
    • H.323 security
    • SIP security
    • Comparing H.323 and SIP
  • Hacking IP telephony
    • Signaling manipulations
    • Eavesdropping on IP phone calls
    • Intrusions in H.323 networks
  • Designing secure IP telephony networks
    • Campus installation
    • Transmitting VoIP securely over WANs
    • Best practices
Classroom Training
Modality: C

Duration 3 days

  • Australia: 3,000.- AUD
Dates and Booking
Online Training
Modality: L
  • Australia: 3,000.- AUD
Dates and Booking

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