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How Vistanet Can Help Businesses and Medical Offices with Sensitive Data

Updated: Mar 28, 2022

How Vistanet Can Help Businesses and Medical Offices with Sensitive Data

Protecting your business office’s database of sensitive information is of utmost importance for you and for us, which is why so many professional industries are invoking VoIP system features to ensure their files and data are safe and secure. This is especially true for medical, law, small businesses and government offices. When it comes to securing your online client/customer data, are you confident that your computer systems are secure?

HIPAA Compliance features and training.

Why Are Businesses Choosing VoIP Phone Services?

Traditional phone systems are being replaced with voice over internet protocol (VoIP) systems in many businesses because they help business owners work smarter while offering a wide variety of communication features at a lower cost.

Here at Vistanet, we offer one of the most robust VoIP phone services currently available anywhere. Malware and data breaches are among the top concerns for leaders of businesses and medical offices, regarding their data storage and communications systems. That’s because healthcare and small businesses are among the most frequent targets for cyberattacks. Therefore, it’s no surprise that a common question is whether VoIP is secure.

How Does Vistanet Safeguard Sensitive Data?

We know that businesses and medical practices have a large amount of sensitive data to protect. Multiple connected devices coupled with remote working arrangements create opportunities for criminals who want to access private customer information or company data. That’s why we safeguard your personal data with the Four Pillars of Protection:

  1. Professionalism. You can count on our top-level device(s) set up, installed by our experts. And we are available to provide prompt assistance if any issues arise.

  2. Pricing. You can expect transparent billing practices with no hidden fees or costs.

  3. Preparedness. Vistanet provides a step-by-step plan to get started at your own pace. We make sure you’re ready for anything, such as handling unexpected disasters or power outages.

  4. Peace of Mind. To earn your trust, we equip your team with the knowledge they need to be ready and qualified to handle internet scammers.

Keep in mind that if your protected information is saved on voicemail or email, but isn’t adequately encrypted, it can trigger a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) violation. Our hands-on HIPAA training will educate your employees on HIPAA compliance so there’s a clear understanding of the use and disclosure of protected health information.

What Are Some Other Ways to Keep Sensitive Data Safe?

There are other steps medical practices and other businesses should take to ensure HIPAA compliance and the safety of sensitive data. Proactive steps to prevent vulnerability include:

  1. Changing default passwords

  2. Patching and keeping up with software updates

  3. Using strong two-factor authentication

  4. Tracking remote worker call logs

Expanding technology means you need to continually strive for greater awareness about privacy and security. Our team helps you plan and prioritize to stay safe while keeping connected.

Why Should Businesses and Medical Offices Choose Vistanet?

Your business needs to evolve and grow to keep up with the fast-paced global marketplace. Vistanet designs, builds, and supports your technology needs, helping your business to continue to grow well into the future. We go beyond just supplying quality equipment to provide security training as well.

We aim to help you maximize productivity using top-tier VoIP devices, whether you’re working in the office or offsite. With 65-plus years of experience in the telecom industry, your business or medical office couldn’t be in better hands. Contact us at Vistanet today to find out how we can help your business stay secure as you move into the future of communication.

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