Keep Conversations Private with SRTP VoIP Encryption
Some aspects of your business are meant to be public – your business hours, how to contact your team, and how well you treat your customers. But transparency when it comes to your customer’s conversations or private information is certainly not meant to be public. For industries where SRTP VoIP encryption is mandatory, or for companies looking to add an extra layer of security, that’s where we come in.
Setting up VoIP encryption for your users is simple and it begins and ends with the devices they’re using. System administrators can log into our easy to use dashboard, select the user and then their device(s), and elect to encrypt the audio with SRTP. Encrypting your VoIP devices will scramble the audio, making it impossible to decipher.
Your Devices: Cisco, Polycom, Yealink SRTP
Once SRTP has been enabled at the device level, it’s time to verify what settings lie within their device itself. In most cases, like with Yealink SRTP, this involves setting an SRTP setting to “true.” Most modern VoIP phones will even show you when SRTP is enabled by showing a message in the LCD display that “this call is encrypted.” But the best part? If you ever have questions about how to set VoIP encryption up, our team is standing by 24/7 to assist you.
VoIP Encryption with SRTP is just the beginning. All VirtualPBX Business Phone Plans come equipped with features that make your business better. Manage your incoming call routing, greetings, and group options or take things to the next level with integration options like Zapier, Microsoft Teams, our API, and more. VirtualPBX has been in business for over twenty years and our customer service is the best in the industry.
VoIP Encryption is included on all Business Phone Plans.