Security Considerations


Considering that the system makes no differentiation between its corporate and single user customers, all calls received need to be accounted for and secured!

Who may view a fax?

Now this question is not at all easy to answer; Consider an employee of a company performing illegal transactions via fax communications. Firstly, under South African law, any communications entering an organization is considered to be the property of that organization and is obliged to securely store such communications for a period of five years. Such organization may be requested to furnish such information to the necessary authorities in dealing with the said criminal activities and could be held liable should it not be able to produce said fax document/s
It is with this consideration that FaxFX can securely store users’ faxes, for five years (or at a cost if longer is required).
The user, which may be overridden by its organization if it exists, will be able to override this storage of data and force deletion of faxes once confirmation of delivery of said fax has been confirmed by the user either by the acceptance of a read receipt or by deleting the fax via the web interface (each user has access to his/her faxes and control of the users beneath him/her in a structured manner as created and managed by the various entity/ies themselves

What special System Security considerations have been made to protect against most eventualities ranging from system failure to hacking?


What can we expect in the near future?