Today we have released Secure Administration System (SAS) v 2.3.0. SAS is our very own in-house built web-based mobile device management (MDM) solution which allows you to control the Secure Group flagship product, Secure Phone.
The energy industry is a volatile one. A shift in one company’s operations could cause a domino effect and disrupt entire markets and economies. In a sector like this, information is a high-value asset and the security of communications is a vital part of protecting that information.
Companies in the consulting and accounting sector handle sensitive corporate information on a daily basis. This includes the financial books of clients, confidential business plans, personal information, credentials, etc. This data is a goldmine for cybercriminals who can either profit directly from it by using it to commit fraud or by reselling it to competitors. Hence, it is of vital importance for companies to protect it by encrypting their communications, file transfers, and storage.
The financial and banking industry is among the primary targets of any crime, including cyber. It is literally where the money is. The client information that banks store is also of interest because it could be used to commit identity theft and fraud. To counter these threats, the banking industry needs to secure its communications.
Where information is of high value, cybercrime is sure to follow. The pharmaceutical industry is a primary example for that. Drug formulas, patents, and R&D data are some of the most valuable assets in this trillion-dollar industry. It is of vital importance for companies to protect their intellectual property, and communication security is an integral part of any such effort.
Montréal, Canada - December 9, 2016
This week Secure Group has officially released updates to several products. Our developers have made improvements to the following Secure Pack apps: Secure Email and Secure Voice. We also uploaded new versions of Secure Manager: the billing and licensing system used by our partners; and to the Secure Administration System. Here’s a rundown of the changes:
Loss. Theft. Data leak. Device hack. Mobile malware. Communication security. These are just some of the major security concerns companies need to deal with when facing the hardly escapable reality of BYOD (bring your own device), which is otherwise great in terms of productivity and speed of work.