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Whether you use a hosted IP phone service or an onsite PBX system, protecting your voice network is just as important as protecting your data network.
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The number of Canadian businesses and organizations that are getting rid of their traditional desktop phones in favour of cloud-based and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services is growing every day. Research shows that it is also more financially feasible for organizations to run all of their communications through one interface that makes data more accessible and faster to their employees and clients.
Over the course of this three part series, we have examined the advantages and vulnerabilities of digital telephony. We have also looked at the ways that a VoIP provider can either strengthen or hinder a phone system’s fortification. We have provided comprehensive checklists for assessing your risk factors along with your current provider’s aptitude for fixing problems and offering solutions.
Keeping up with the rapidly increasing risks of cyber crime is no easy task. Just when you are confident that you are safeguarded from the latest threats, criminals find a new way to exploit your network. This type of violation is nearly impossible to trace.
When you consider securing your digital infrastructure, you may overlook an extremely vital component that is surprisingly easy to miss. Office phones are still deemed a traditional device in many ways. While the risks of viruses are running rampant on computers and other web devices, the safety of voice data collected through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones is usually an afterthought.