Blog: Financial Services Secure and Compliant Texting
Financial Institutions conduct critical, time-sensitive and confidential financial discussions with their colleagues and their clients on a daily basis.
Blog: Cybersecurity Regulation Risk Assessment for Financial Services
In 2016, financial services became the #1 target of cybercriminals, according to an IBM threat index. Criminals like the direct access to cash from stolen bank account credentials or system compromises.
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.
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.
Blog: Encryption: What is it? Why do you Need it?
Encryption today is more or less the same thing—encoding a message or information so that only intended parties can access it. These days we see it in use with online transactions and messaging.
Blog: Ephemerality Explained: Why Does an Organization Need it?
For Enterprise Messaging (EM), ephemeral messaging must be tightly coupled with security and compliance. Secure, ephemeral and compliant messaging defines the new EM messaging App for the enterprise and carries the required structure critical for enterprise communications.
News: The Rise and Replacement of Text Banking
Over the last few years, competitive pressure to offer consumer-focused banking access, as well as opportunities for increased internal efficiency, have led to a surge in text usage across the financial services industry.
Whitepaper: Confidential and Compliant Communications in a BYOD World
As BYOD becomes increasingly common in the workforce, a horde of challenges around compliance and security have sprung up. Secure mobile messaging addresses these challenges, enabling individuals to send secure, private–but impermanent–e-communications.