As I mentioned previously, David Byrd of Broadvox provided one of the more unusual headlines I'd seen for a review, and true to his word in that piece, he did publish a post last week called simply, "The Seven Deadliest UC Attacks," where he gave a nice synopsis of the attacks covered in the book.
Thank you, David!
A few days later David published another post on his blog entitled "Combating the Seven Deadliest Attacks with an E-SBC" where he describes how an "Enterprise Session Border Controller" (E-SBC) can play a role in protecting your network from the attacks I outline in the book. He goes on to quote Steve Johnson, president of Ingate Systems, who has become a friend over the years and with whom I often share the stage at Ingate's SIP Trunking workshops held in conjunction with ITEXPO events. (As we will again in October of this year.)
I'll be honest and say that it didn't really occur to me that the book would be used in the promotion of E-SBCs... but it makes a whole lot of sense and if I were in the marketing department of a E-SBC vendor it might very well be a linkage I'd promote. (Hmmm... should I be reaching out to those vendors? ;-) )
Thank you, again, David, for your kind words and for liking the book enough to promote it as you are. Thank you.
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