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• Disable or block all international dialing through the service provider.
• Get a firewall for the telephone system or network.
• Constantly change passwords and PINs, and avoid obvious combinations. Keep this information confidential and do not share them.
• Disable all access to phones if an employee has left or was let go and do not set up new users until they are in the office.
• Restrict physical access to the communications equipment in the office.
• Conduct a security audit at least once a year to check that phones are properly protected.
• Be careful with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. These tools put smartphones in danger of being hacked or picking up malware.
• Don’t leave a business smartphone unattended. It could get into the wrong hands fast.
• Only install apps and security packages that are safe.
• Use password protection for all voice mails.
• Keep all smartphones updated to prevent hacking.
Understanding the need for protection when it comes to communicating amongst employees and customers is crucial to the success of a business. The agents at
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