A huge percentage of businesses rely on cloud services in one way or another. The benefits are clear – flexibility, hassle-free, reduced costs, and speedier access to upgrades to name a few – but security is still a question mark for many. However, as the technology has developed, so too have the security features.
When you use cloud communication services, a large amount of confidential information from calls and messages will pass through the cloud. It is important to be confident in the protections available to ensure that this data doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. So how secure is cloud communication?
Malware is the general term used for online security threats such as viruses, spyware, worms, and trojans. These viruses can be transmitted through any internet connection. Some businesses are hesitant about taking up cloud communications because of the risk of malware.
However, malware is no more likely to hit cloud communications than any other element of a business that is connected to the internet. With a plan in place to ensure digital protection, cloud communication is just as secure as any other element of your business.
Encryption And Data Control…
Data, such as calls and messages, can be stored using high-grade call encryption. This archived data can then be accessed through the call log and stored according to your data policy. This gives you a far higher level of protection – in terms of encryption – and accessibility than would otherwise be affordable.