Secure Mobile Communications a Key Topic at InfoSec16

Secure Mobile Communications a Key Topic at InfoSec16

Last week, SaltDNA attended Europe’s number one information security event InfoSecurity Europe, which was based in the Apollo London. We met with a large number of attendees from security-minded enterprises to discuss our secure communications solution.

Two things became clear from our meetings:

  1. The vulnerability of mobile voice and text to interception has become a major concern for the enterprise. Companies communicating sensitive and/or strategic information via their mobile devices are taking steps to secure their conversations.
  2. Consumer encryption apps cannot fill the enterprise’s requirements for basic security features, but also for the control and accountability features they need. Enterprises cannot allow access to employees’ personal contacts/data on their phones and they want to have complete control over users and metadata.

Our interactions at ‘InfoSec16’ were a great validation of what we are doing here at SaltDNA to help our enterprise customers strengthen their security postures. The event was a great success for the company, and our CEO, COO and Development Manager thoroughly enjoyed meeting so many attendees and exhibitors interested in our encrypted communications solution.

SaltDNA would like to thank Invest NI for their assistance during the event, InfoSecurity for hosting this highly successful event; and, to everyone that we met during the three days, we looking forward to connecting with you again in the near future.

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