Synopsis: Blue Box #85: Internet phone calls and terrorism, Georgia Tech report on Emerging Cyber Security Threats, phone jamming, 802.1X-REV, 802.1AE, VoIP security news and more
Welcome to Blue Box: The VoIP Security Podcast #85, a 32-minute podcast from Dan York and Jonathan Zar covering VoIP security news, comments and opinions.
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- 00:20 - Intro to the show, contact information and how to provide comments. Welcome to all the new listeners - and to all those listeners who have been here for so long!
- Programming notes:
- Three-year anniversary of Blue Box coming up on October 24th - any thoughts you'd like to share with us? (Please send them to us by October 23rd.)
- The Times: "Internet phone calls are crippling fight against terrorism" - and my response on the Voice of VOIPSA blog
- FierceVoIP: "UK crimefighting concern over VoIP calls, social networks"
- BBC: Data powers behind the times
- GA Tech Survey (PDF) (link about the GA conference )
- Dark Reading: Cellphone Botnets, Blackmailing VOIP & a Healthy Cybercrime Economy
- bMighty.com: Georgia Tech Security Report Scarier Than Its Football Team
- cNet: Botnets on cell phones in 2009?
- telecoms.com: Smartphone is a hotbed of security issues
- VNUnet: Security industry falling behind hackers
- AP: Phone Jamming in NH
- GigaOm: EEF Challenges Telco Immunity in Court
- Information Week: New Protocols Secure Layer 2
- Voice of VOIPSA: Asking The Cisco Systems IPICS and JPS Raytheon ACU-2000 Experts: Questions 36-40
- Other Voice of VOIPSA articles
- snom technology AG: snom 820 combines mature VoIP technology with exclusive design
- IDC Finds Increasing Hype Around Unified Communications Is Affecting How Customers Select Telephony Systems and Services (interesting movement in the top vendors used - Nortel out and IBM in)
- Peerless VoIP Peering
- Comment (IM) from Christian Wieser
- Review of the last week's traffic on the VOIPSEC public mailing list
- Wrap-up of the show
- 32:10 - End of show
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