VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services are becoming more popular with businesses, which has raised the issue of security. When you make a VoIP phone call, are your calls secure?
In fact, VoIP is quite secure. To affect you, someone would need to intercept the data being sent digitally from your phone system and be able to convert it into usable data. Millions of people deposit money online and conduct sensitive business while staying secure. VoIP technology is the same.
There are also privacy laws that protect you and ensure government authorities need search warrants to listen in. In addition, VoIP systems use secure data facilities to store the servers and hardware used in connecting calls. Government agencies, financial institutions, insurance carriers, law firms and other businesses with highly sensitive data all rely on secure VoIP services for their needs. If the government is relying on it for their phone calls, doesn’t it mean you can make your own calls with full confidence?
Think about it this way: Telephone lines are basically the same as they were back when Alexander Graham Bell invented them. People can and do listen in on phone conversations with landlines. There’s no phone call that’s 100% secure and no internet connection that’s 100% secure, but VoIP technology uses the same services as your internet. If you feel comfortable with doing online banking, you’ll be happy to know that making VoIP calls is more secure than that.
You might want to take a few steps to make your calls more secure:
EVS7 is an A+ rated member of the Dallas Better Business Bureau. We’ve worked with Walgreens, the USPS, Microsoft, ABC and other industry leaders. If these businesses know they can rely on our services, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands.
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