Posts from the Privacy category

Sound Masking Versus White Noise


What is the difference between sound masking and white noise? Sound masking is often misunderstood as white noise. White noise sounds similar to loud AM radio static. White noise includes all frequencies at equal energy and can be distracting. Sound masking is different than white noise because it is specifically engineered to overlap only with…



Debunking a Sound Masking Myth


Sound masking is the introduction of a continuous, engineered spectrum of broadband sound, similar to the sound of airflow, into an environment to reduce the perceived intelligibility of speech. In office environments (which typically have a low ambient noise floor), this reduction in intelligibility has the benefits of increasing acoustic privacy, protecting confidentiality, and reducing…


Sound Masking for Financial Institutions: Improving Data Privacy and Client Trust


Financial institutions handle lots of confidential information. From social security numbers to account balances, customers trust their banks and credit unions to keep their personal data private. However, open floorplan acoustics can make it difficult to maintain speech privacy. Which is why sound masking—the introduction of unobtrusive background sound to cover up conversations—is an ideal…


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