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Unified Communications Forensics: Anatomy of Common UC Attacks is the first book to explain the issues, vulnerabilities, and demonstrate the attacks, forensic artifacts, and countermeasures required to establish a secure Unified Communications environment. This book is written by leading UC experts Nicholas Grant and Joseph W. Shaw II, and provides material never before found on the market, including: . Analysis of forensic artifacts in common Unified Communication attacks . In-depth look at established UC technologies and attack exploits . Provides readers with hands-on understanding of UC attack vectors and associated countermeasures . Companion website http://secvoip.com brings readers access to the most up-to-date information on UC attacks . Provides key information for hackers and pen testers on the most current Unified Communications implementations. . The only book to explore and demonstrate how to work with digital artifacts from attacks within the UC environment. . Deals with UC security from multiple angles-less about theory and more about hands-on threat defense and forensics.