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Akhil Behl
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Community Tech-Talk series is designed to bring technical Experts from Cisco to share their insights on specific topics, selectively chosen based on most-common conversation themes on our technology area on community from our technology communities.

This Tech-Talk focuses on Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Security to help you with design, deployment, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Cisco UC solution.

Session Objectives:

  • Understanding Unified Communications (UC) Security
  • Threats to a UC Network
  • How to secure Cisco UC products, CUCM/ Unity/CUPS & Cisco IP Telephony endpoints against internal & external threats?
  • CUCM Certificates and Cisco UC PKI
  • Security By Default
  • Cisco UC Security Deployment Strategy
  • End-to-End Security - Demystified
  • Questions from the Cisco Support Community on Cisco UC Security

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I hope this has been an informative session and proves useful for understanding the intricacies behind deploying a secure Cisco Unified Communications Solution. Please do share your feedback and opinion via the comments session below.

For more insight to Cisco UC security and leading practices for designing, deploying, and maintaining a secure Cisco UC network refer to book Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks by Cisco Press

Additional References:

Securing the life line of your organization - IP Communications (Cisco IP Telephony Solutions):

Best Practices for Deploying Secure Cisco IP Telephony Solutions:

Ask the Expert – Cisco Unified IP Phone Security:

Chalk Talk: An Insight into Cisco IP Telephony Security Controls (TS Newsletter Oct 2012):

Cisco IP Telephony Security Framework:

Chalk Talk: An Insight to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Certificates:

Thank you!

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