Built for IT Security
Our cloud-based online service only allows secure connections, and it is constantly monitored. If a secure video conference connection cannot be established, the connection fails. This is a major advantage over traditional, hardware-based video conferencing installations whose configuration settings can be changed by remote employees without system monitoring, allowing sensitive information to be sent unprotected over the Internet.
The Internet community-at-large has established industry standards for secure communications. OmniJoin video conferencing observes the same TLS standards used by e-commerce, online retailers, and banks for secure transmission of passwords, credit card information, and other sensitive data. Unlike some video conferencing solution providers that manage their own keys, OmniJoin secure connections are established in the industry standard manner using third-party certificates and public key infrastructure (PKI).
OmniJoin video conferencing transmits all live sharing, voice over the Internet (VoIP), and video over secure, encrypted connections. This is a marked improvement over some solutions that encrypt live sharing, but send VoIP and video data over separate, unencrypted protocols putting your communications as risk.
To verify you are in a secure video conferencing session, look for “https:” in your conference URL, or the padlock symbol in the OmniJoin application (at lower right, by your Connection Status).