Collaborate using corporate or personal devices knowing that sensitive information cannot be shared, saved or uploaded to the cloud
Confidentially and securely communicate whether your network is available or not
Send secure mass notifications and coordinate response in case of a crisis or out-of-course event
Discuss business matters anytime, anywhere without fear of leaks or tipping off bad actors
Set enterprise policies to delete messages from all devices and servers, and/or shred on demand against breach, even when devices are lost or stolen
From sharing confidential business information to communicating during and resolving a crisis or managing financial transactions, businesses worldwide use Vaporstream to protect and control all of their sensitive information.
Blog: Controlling the Narrative
In the age of technology where screen shots and forwarding of information is done with a click - our over social economy can and will share almost anything. The question is -How can an organization control the narrative of their own business, stay in control of it and avoid a PR or financial nightmare.
News: Despite Recent Critical Press, Secure Messaging Platforms Essential to an Enterprises' Defense-in-Depth Strategy
The media seems to have it out for secure messaging thanks to Uber vs. Waymo and other examples of misuse, but enterprise-grade secure messaging’s compliance, privacy, security and incident response benefits cannot be ignored.
News: Secret Message Apps on the Rise at Work
The texts are long gone. That is becoming a more common reality in workplaces. More companies are starting to approve the use of ephemeral messaging apps like Wickr, Telegram and Vaporstream for internal communications.'
Data Sheet: Enterprise: Doing Business at the Speed of Business.
The following data sheet explores use cases for enterprises that are utilizing the efficiencies of modern day mobile messaging and BYOD COPE practices without risking information security.
Blog: 6 Steps Organizations Can Take to Minimize the Impact of Lost/Stolen Devices
Once your phone or laptop is gone—whether through sheer misfortune or because it was stolen—you have no idea who has access to the sensitive organizational and personal data that is kept on that “locker of information” and what they might do with it.
Blog: Facebook Scandal – A Call to Be More Vigilant About Your Privacy
Facebook has been in the news lately, causing its stock value to fluctuate since the 3/16 announcement that it was suspending Cambridge Analytica due to unauthorized access and use of Facebook’s user data. The news and hearing are all about privacy. What privacy rights do we really have when we put our data out there?
Blog: 5 Steps Organizations Can Take to Protect IP and Trade Secrets
IP and trade secrets are the bread and butter of many companies—among their most important assets; the assets that give them competitive edge. It's no wonder then that they're often frequently under threat.
Blog: Ransomware and the City: Not so Sexy
On March 22nd the Atlanta Municipal government was targeted by a ransomware cyberattack. As governments become more reliant on technology, cyber security must be priority number one in ensuring that your services remain operational and the public you serve, and their data, remains safe.
Blog: Phishing, Smishing – Can We Trust any eCommunication?
90 percent of all cyberattacks begin with email phishing. In the energy and utilities sector especially, phishing risks are becoming a national security concern. In a moment of incident response how can organizations keep sensitive information protected?
Blog: 10 Facts about Business Texting That You Should Know
Texting has changed the way we communicate with each other. Phone calls have become a thing of the past—reserved for only the most important conversations. As text messaging becomes more and more common in the workplace, here are ten facts that you should know about texting.
News: How to Write a Good Security Policy for BYOD or Company-Owned Mobile Devices
Find out the best way to keep smartphones and tablets safe from hackers and the dangers of public wi-fi and USB ports.
News: Debunking the Criticisms Around Secure Messaging Use for Business
Many organisations rely on secure messaging for protection from cyber attacks and other threats online.