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4 Signs to Watch for if You Suspect Your VoIP System Has Been Hacked

Friday, October 28th, 2022
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Keep a close eye on your VoIP system to ensure that it is secure, and take steps if you notice any suspicious activity.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology is more popular now than ever before, thanks to its versatility and affordable cost. However, it does have some unique vulnerabilities that business owners need to be aware of. Your VoIP system could be exploited and used as a tool for fraud by opportunistic criminals. What are the signs your VoIP system has been hacked?  

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How to Strengthen Your Cloud Security

Friday, October 21st, 2022
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Cloud security is absolutely critical for modern businesses that are handling and storing sensitive information.

Cloud security is the technology, processes, controls, and policies that protect your cloud-based systems, infrastructure, and data. You and your cloud service provider are accountable for implementing a cloud security strategy that protects your data, adheres to regulatory compliance, and protects your customers’ privacy. 

A dependable strategy will protect you from the financial, reputational, and legal ramifications that data breaches and data loss causes. Here is how to strengthen your cloud security. 

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How IoT Benefits Business

Thursday, September 29th, 2022
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The Internet of Things, or IoT, provides many benefits for nearly any business through network connectivity and optimization.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is based on a term coined back in 1999 by a man named Kevin Ashton. At its core, IoT describes a series of connections across a network of applications and devices that allows users to determine integration between these entities for the sake of bolstering their usage. IoT is constantly evolving and moving forward, making it an important mainstay both in our homes and businesses to make our lives easier through automation and being able to operate many devices and applications from a single device.

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3 Ways for Small Businesses to Protect Their Data

Friday, August 12th, 2022
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Small businesses should consider data security seriously and take steps to protect the data of their employees and clients.

In our online world, data security is one of the most important aspects of any business. Aside from data pertaining to that business such as company information and finances, businesses—even small businesses—have a database of Personal Identifiable Information (PII) of employees and customers that is important for smooth operations. Businesses cannot survive without collecting this information to some degree for use in daily operations, but that also means it is the responsibility of the business to take the protection of this data seriously. A hacked PII database is one of the fastest ways to lose customer satisfaction and loyalty—it also comes with hefty fines due to violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Simple Practices to Secure Your Business Computer Network

Friday, May 1st, 2020
Simple Practices to Secure Your Business Computer Network

Engaging in a few policy changes and simple practices can bring more security to your business computer network.

Any business professional or telecommunications expert will tell you it’s highly important to secure your business computer network. With an unsecured network, all of your business-related data and communications could be susceptible to hacks and can easily be stolen by cybercriminals. Particularly small businesses that may not have the resources or know-how to protect their data from a cyberattack can find their business computer network rather vulnerable. However, engaging in a few policy changes and simple practices can bring more security to your business computer network. Read the rest of this entry »

3 Signs Your VoIP Phone System is Hacked

Friday, March 13th, 2020
3 Signs Your VoIP Phone System is Hacked

These are some signs you should watch out for, letting you know your VoIP phone system has potentially been compromised.

VoIP phone systems are reliable and offer various businesses many unique phone features. Harnessing the power of the Internet, VoIP phone systems connect your business communication with and through your wireless network. However, just as your network can get hacked without the right security measures in place, your phone system is just as vulnerable to this type of attack. This leaves your conversations and data insecure, and can potentially cost your company thousands of dollars of toll charges. While instances of businesses getting their VoIP phone system hacked may seem rare, and you think it could never happen to your office, it’s best to know a few of the warning signs.  Read the rest of this entry »

How to Secure Your Business’ Network

Monday, May 20th, 2019


Every business requires a network to access the internet so that they are able to get their work done. Whether they need it just for email or to complete the service they have been hired to do, the internet plays an important role in almost every business operating today. This is why it is of absolute importance to make sure your business’ network is as secure as it could possibly be. Hackers or others who wish your business harm will attack a vulnerable network if they can, causing irreparable harm to you and your business. To make sure your business’ network is secure, follow these guidelines.

Informed employees

One of the best ways to guarantee your network is safe and secure is to make sure your employees are properly trained and informed on cyber security. When it comes to making sure your network remains safe, there is always something new your employees can learn. It can start out with simple things they should already know like making sure they have strong passwords and are not downloading any suspicious files, to investing in courses to teach them more about online security. The more your employees know about how to be safe online, the safer your network will be.

Secure your router

If you want to make sure your business’ network is secure, you will want to physically make sure your router is secure. The wrong person having access to your router can completely undo your security settings with ease. Your router should be locked away safely in a cabinet or office that features access control or even video surveillance so you can control and monitor who goes near it and tries to gain access to it without your permission.  By taking these steps, you will be immensely improving the security of your network.

VPN

To further secure your business’ network, you may want to consider investing in a virtual private network (VPN). A VPN can be handy for companies that need to access information using unsecured networks because a VPN can hide your IP address while also helping to encrypt your company’s data. This will further help keep your company data and information secure, so you will not have to worry about having any of your passwords stolen.

Phone System Solutions from Delta Intellicom

Want to learn more about the ways we can help improve your business? Delta Intellicom can satisfy all of your telecommunication needs, whether you need help with your new VoIP system or just want to streamline your existing office phone network. We have served the Maryland, Washington, D.C, Northern Virginia, and Pennsylvania areas for over 20 years and offer an unparalleled customer experience. We have the expertise and products to fulfill all of your phone service and data needs. For more information, contact us online or give us a call at 1-800-946-3358. For more tips, follow us on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

5 Tips to Help Secure Your Company’s Wireless Network

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Wireless Network Security

Protect your sensitive data from internet thieves by securing your company’s wireless network.

How did we live and work before wireless networks? Chances are, the wireless network in your office has totally transformed the way that you and your employees work and do business. While using a wireless network is easier than ever, hacking into an unsecured wireless network is also easier than ever. Here are five of our top tips for securing your company’s wireless network. Read the rest of this entry »