Security Issues in SIP Based VoIP Server
Session Initiation Protocol is a core protocol for real time communication networks, including VoIP. In this paper, the authors ensured security for asterisk based SIP server using linux kernel packet filtering firewall tools know as iptables using port number by allowing and disallowing particular IP address or IP addresses with subnet. To protect the SIP server from external attack rules applied at linux iptables for the useful protocol and with their port number such as SSH (port-22), SIP (port-5060), HTTPS (port-443), TCP, UDP, RTP, ICMP etc. A popular simulation software or network protocol analyzer known as Wireshark is used to describe how the iptables rules worked that applied for above protocols and shows the changes before and after applying rules. This paper also shows the asterisk server monitoring using the Linux kernel log files and asterisk command line interface CLI that shows the successful and unsuccessful SSH login sessions and web based login (HTTPS) with IP addresses list, SIP register request to the SIP server with user agent IP address and other updates that takes by the Linux kernel.
BYOD 2.0: What Will Employees Think of Next?
Fashion Institute of Technology
Miami Children's Hospital
Paul McDougall (Moderator)
CASE STUDY U
Building Your 360-Degree Customer View
Paula Bernier (Moderator)
Regardless of your business, your customers have changed. They have a vastly different engagement model than ever before, thanks to the mobile, social, digital world in which we find ourselves. This is a tremendous opportunity for businesses to deepen their understanding of customers thanks to this new digital footprint. In many cases, however, this new data isn’t even collected and, often, even when it is, it is stored in disparate systems that prevent it from being used to understand your customers. This session will explore the various information sources available, how to mine them for information, and how to move it all into a single, usable, system to create a 360-degree view of your customers that can then be leveraged by your entire organization.
Google Glass, Wearable Computing, and the User Experience
Wearable computing promises to change the opportunities for communicating and interacting within both personal and business environments. In fact, the optical head mounted display is set to transform to human-computer interactions with nearly unlimited applications. Google already opened the API and developers around the world are starting to create amazing application, based in the simplicity of the interface, easy access to information, voice-touch-movement activation and its screen projection. This session will uncover the impact of reality becoming augmented, the new business paradigms it creates, and explore the opportunities behind Google Glass apps.
Recurring Revenue – The Secret to Service Provider Success
Carrie Majewski (Moderator)
TMC's Custom Publishing Division
The Aldridge Company
SERVICE PROVIDER SOLUTIONS