Tag Archives: Session Border Controller

Deploying VoIP Security the NSA Way

In my latest guest blog post for Assertion, I take a look at the NSA guidelines for securing VoIP and UC.  I learned a few new tricks and expect that you will, too.  Take a look at let me know what you think about it. Deploying VoIP the NSA Way

How Vulnerable is Your VoIP?

In my latest guest article for Assertion I ask you How Vulnerable is Your VoIP? It’s worth a look if only for a photograph of an 18-year-old me.

Why Do You Need a Session Border Controller

SIP has been around since the late 1990’s, but confusion still exists regarding what it is and what it can do.  Most old school telephony people realize that it changes the way we make voice and video calls, but after that their understanding is sketchy. The bewilderment surrounding SIP is often greatest when it comes […]

Planning a Successful SIP Trunk Migration

I keep getting asked to guest blog post about SIP and I just can’t seem to say “no.”  If you are planning a SIP migration or want to tune your existing configuration, this is the article for you. Planning a Successful SIP Trunk Migration

Thinking Holistically about SIP Security

Every so often I am asked to write an article for a blog other than my own.  I usually respond with “no.”  There are only so many hours in the day and those few are already over-scheduled without taking on additional work.  However, I said “yes” to this one.  After all these years, I still […]

Attention, Vigilance: Securing Your SBC the Right Way

I finished my third and final (for now) No Jitter article about SIP security.  This time I take a look at what should be done at the SBC.  If you are serious about security, and you should be, please take a look. Attention, Vigilance:  Securing Your SBC the Right Way

The Great SIP Security Challenge

After taking a too-long break from No Jitter, I am back in the saddle again.  Please check out my latest article. The Great SIP Security Challenge

Security, Security, Security

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” — Henry David Thoreau During this time of unemployment, I have more free time than I care for. While I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a workaholic, I do like […]

SIP: Looking Behind the Curtain

Are you coming to Enterprise Connect in March?  If so, here are a few reasons why you want/need to attend my ever-popular SIP session. SIP:  Looking Behind the Curtain

SBC ABCs…and Then Some

And now for something completely different.  I recently sat down with Beth Schultz to talk SBCs for the No Jitter On Air series of Podcasts.  We start with the “motherhood and apple pie” of SBCs before looking at how they are evolving and where they might be in a few years. SBC ABCs…and Then Some […]