edwin.mallette at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 15:28:47 UTC 2015
My understanding is that since your 3rd party VPLS instance is a private
³MPLS² network, there is no requirement for application-level encryption.
However if you wanted to encrypt VOIP that carries credit card data, some
PBX/handsets offer application-level media encryption if that¹s the
problem you want to solve to minimize your PCI scope.
On 4/9/15, 6:21 AM, "Simon Brilus" <sbrilus at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>Hi - I have a PCIDSs requirement to encrypt VoIP over a 3rd party VPLS
>network. Has anyone dealt with this. I'd really not use VPN's over the
>so am looking at hardware WAN encrypters.
>Any guidance appreciated.
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