Investing in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology can help your business save on communication costs, but you can take a big bite out of those savings if you don't consider its security as a top priority. Unprotected VoIP systems and devices may be harming your business without you knowing it, so it’s crucial to implement these security measures now.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology has vastly improved team collaboration. VoIP systems, however, are not immune to a variety of cyberattacks. And because VoIP-based threats are not as well-known as ransomware, phishing mail, and other more recognizable attacks, organizations tend to be lax toward securing their communications systems.
SMBs are steadily transitioning from traditional phone services to VoIP solutions for team collaboration. Since VoIP threats don’t make headlines as often as cyberthreats like ransomware and phishing, not everyone knows how to combat them. Here are five tips to secure your company’s internet-based communication devices and services.