MiniLock is file encryption software that uses your email and a secret passphrase to generate a miniLockID. Anyone can use your ID to encrypt files to you, and you can encrypt files to friends using their miniLock IDs. It’s audited, peer-reviewed software developed by experts using crytopgraphic standards.
Conformance Technologies has launched its Data Incident Management Program, a suite of services providing assistance in the event of a data incident to enhance business performance by saving time and money. The program’s components include data incident forensics, POS equipment or software replacement, consumer notifications, legal notifications and public relations management services.
Boolean Tech has introduced StitMe, which means “Shield Me” in Czech and aims to change the way mobile numbers are used. Users are able to use their names as their mobile numbers and can connect with each other by using a StitMe ID, such as #JANEDOE, and a unique privacy connection is assigned to every contact. When users make outgoing calls, the recipient’s caller ID will show the unique “StitMe Privacy Protected Connection Number” instead of users’ personal mobile phone numbers, meaning the actual mobile number is never exposed. Users may also preset the days and hours they will allow calls to come in from contacts, and a delete button allows users to stop receiving calls from any given number permanently. The product also features a secured chat function.
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