SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol Security Training

SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol Security

Introduction:

SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol Security Training Course Hands-on

This SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol Security Training course will help you understand the issues of network security as they relate to the use of the SIP protocol. Security is a concern for every company at every level. The introduction of media gateways to handle traditional telephony converted to SIP protocol for VoIP introduces many security management challenges on the data network. If not using media gateways, many organizations are starting to use VoIP providers who carry voice traffic on an IP network connection using the SIP protocol. The widespread adoption of SIP opens potential threats exposing the vulnerabilities of the protocol.

This SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol Security Training course will help you understand the issues of network security as they relate to the use of the SIP protocol. We will examine the security vulnerabilities of the protocol as well as each component in a SIP design for a comprehensive review of SIP security issues. We will conclude with a discussion of the policies and procedures that enhance SIP security.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

SIP Security Training | Session Initiation Protocol SecurityRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

◾Learn how to evaluate your SIP security concerns on all levels
◾Understand the key components for security planning purposes
◾Discern security vulnerabilities of SIP at the protocol layer
◾Design for secure network communications by understanding protocol level attack methods

Course Content:

SIP Security: An Introduction
◾SIP security challenges: An overview
◾How SIP security fits into the overall data security strategy
◾How SIP security relates to the traditional telecommunications security
◾Discussion of the SIP protocol using the OSI model
◾SIP’s architectural vulnerabilities

Physical Layer Security: Discussion of Security Factors of SIP Endpoints (Telephones)
◾Configuration files
◾Tools for loading configuration files
◾User access levels
◾Other security factors

Data Link Layer Security
◾Firewalls and NAT’s
◾SIP architecture and potential threats that are handled by the firewall
◾Denial of Service (DoS) attacks
◾DoS attacks on SIP network components
◾DoS risk mitigation

Transport Layer Security: Digest Authentication and SIP
◾How it is implemented in the SIP protocol
◾How it is used against threats or attacks.

Session Layer Security
◾Security vulnerabilities of the SIP protocol
◾SIP standard and attacks
◾IETF and security standards
◾Application-level security vulnerabilities
◾General
◾Vendor-specific issues for the leading vendors
◾Encryption issues for SIP
◾Encryption as it relates to SIP
◾Tradeoff between real-time processing requirements and security
◾Presentation Layer Security: Rights and Access Levels

Application Layer Security: Load Balancers, Proxy Servers, Media Servers, etc.
◾Securing SIP architecture components
◾Password issues with SIP and applications
◾User authentication
◾Remote system access issues

Network Security Issues and SIP
◾New vulnerabilities related to SIP messages on the network
◾How SIP fits into the current network security plans and designs
◾Security of Gateways, One of the Most Vulnerable Elements of SIP design

Security Best Practices Related to the SIP Protocol
◾Security audit methods
◾Vendor management
◾Testing systems and devices: Available tools

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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