Peter Thermos

Peter is Principal consultant with Palindrome Technologies where he provides consulting services to government and commercial clients in Information Security and Assurance and performs research in various areas including Next Generation Networks, Internet Multimedia Applications, Wireless and VoIP Security. Peter has been a speaker at several academic and industry conferences including SANS, Blackhat, MIS InfoSec and IEEE. He has published articles in trade magazines such as Information Security, ZDNET, Forbes, Tech Target, Wired and industry journals such as IEEE, ACM and IEC. Peter holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Columbia University, and he is an active member of IETF, ACM and ISSA. He can be reached at peter.thermos@palindrometech.com.

How to Heal the FUD Associated with VOIP Security

When Ari Takanen and I wrote our book, "Securing VOIP Networks: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures," one of our main objectives was to encourage the reader to view the approach...

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