5 Best Practices For Reinforcing Security

When it comes to your phones and network, do you have a service provider who you trust to keep your network secure?

It is a tough world out there with cybercriminals around every corner and ransomware spreading and slipping past organizations’ defenses. Ransomware is not the only threat to your business: cyberattacks range from web-based to phishing and social engineering, from malicious code and botnets to denial of service. And your network is wide open to exploitation as mobile devices are proliferating and increasingly being used to access business email accounts, enterprise Wi-Fi connections, and sometimes the VPN tunnel; thus, they are rapidly becoming the number one target for cybercriminals, nation states, and more.

With this increase in cybersecurity threats, bluArc’s private network has helped countless companies avoid issues that plague common Voice Over IP (VoIP) users who make calls through their regular ISPs over unsecured internet connections. With bluArc’s highly robust network infrastructure—we have blocked more than 10M intrusions on our network in a month—customers are far better protected against hacking and the potential of highly sensitive conversations being stolen through packet hijacking: the stealing of voice data in real time.

All these threats to your business compound the complexity of the security of your phones and network. To ensure your phones and network are secure, bluArc hosts its services in four different highly available NEBs Level 4 rated Canadian-based telecommunications facilities. The NEBS specification defines facility security, reliability, and redundancy through multiple levels—with 4 the highest.

We take the security of our hosted phone and internet services seriously and to reinforce the security of our services, we follow these five best practices.

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