Why you are not in control over your communication privacy?

Companies using in today’s cyber security standards antiquated communication methods described below, face the following cyber security problems.

File Transfer

Multiple copies are created on front-end, back-end and cloud servers.

Data integrity does not exist or is difficult to verify.


Messaging servers mandated to collect and retain communication data and Metadata(*

Retention periods often indefinite, increased exposure over time.


Vast majority of email is unencrypted.

Email servers store emails in plain text form indefinitely. Treasure trove for hackers.

Relays, routers, firewalls, and switches process, collect, and copy data.

Even encrypted email does not encrypt the Metadata(*

Firewalls are not secure (e.g. Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance SNMP zero-day Vulnerability)


VoIP servers collect data and metadata.

VoIP servers enable the capture of messages and recording of conversations.

Phone Calls

Telephony operators are regulated to collect and retain all phone records, intended to allow lawful and necessary interception for security.

* Metadata includes the ‘header information’ including the subject line, your address, the recipient’s address, date, revealing who you communicated with, when, where, for how long, using what device, were there attachments and how large they were, Metadata is not protected by privacy laws and can legally be exploited against you.

Picture: Luis Llerena


Data is encrypted at source, sent directly to the recipient, and not decrypted until at the recipient.

Copies cannot be created inadvertently while in transit.

All traffic is truly end-to-end encrypted without the possibility to decrypt the data in transit.

There are no known locations to monitor, making central surveillance impossible

Perfect forward secrecy, keys used once and then discarded

Data is only in motion, never at rest

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