prevention

Don’t fall victim to VoIP eavesdropping!

Eavesdropping is a cyberattack wherein hackers obtain and record Voice over IP (VoIP) phone conversations, usually to steal confidential information. This is done without the victim’s knowledge or consent. VoIP eavesdropping can be done by installing a VoIP sniffer on the company’s network, or by hacking into the user’s device. To prevent VoIP eavesdropping, businesses […

VoIP eavesdropping: How your SMB can prevent it

One of the biggest threats that can affect your company is Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) eavesdropping. This occurs when someone uses a software program to record or listen in on your VoIP calls without your permission. This can be done for malicious reasons, such as stealing trade secrets or committing fraud. To protect your […

5 Handy tips to combat VoIP eavesdropping

Eavesdropping on VoIP calls is a serious business threat. This happens when someone uses a software program to record or listen in on VoIP calls without permission. This can be done to steal trade secrets or commit fraud. To protect your business from such attacks, here’s what you need to do. Change default usernames and […