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Data Security Has A New Household Name: Ecrypt Technologies, Inc. (ECRY)

Jan. 02, 2014 5:42 PM ETECRY
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When it comes to data security, Ecrypt Technologies is poised to become a household name - and the time may soon come when "Ecrypt it" is being commonly spoken alongside phrases like "e-mail it," "text it" and "Google it."

At the cutting edge of data security, Ecrypt specializes in military-strength information security systems that enable organizations to communicate and collaborate without the high risk of liability, reputation damage, competitive threat, and other negative outcomes.

Operating on the principle of "Newthink, not rethink," Ecrypt states that today's market needs new perspectives and fresh thinking when it comes to information security challenges. This ideas-based company believes in innovating new solutions - not feebly adapting old solutions in an attempt to solve new problems.

Ecrypt has built its solutions for optimum security and organizational control. They include Ecrypt One, a military-strength e-mail and encryption system that safeguards information integrity; security consulting services that provide solutions for clients' individual security and compliance challenges; and Ecrypt Talks, an idea-sharing platform that utilizes experts, leaders, and the industry, uniting them to encourage communication, understanding, and attention to problems and innovation.

In a 2012 profile on Ecrypt, veteran journalist and Dow Jones Newswires columnist Al Lewis said, "Technology companies from Microsoft Corp. to Google, Inc. sell software and offer e-mail accounts that are all-too vulnerable to hacking. Since the advent of targeted online advertising, they have stood to make more money letting information leak out than holding it in, which is why it may be up to a little company to save us."

That "little company" he was talking about, of course, was Ecrypt, which aims to make encrypting e-mails and protecting sensitive information easy - so the complexity of the process doesn't dissuade people from safeguarding their information. Ecrypt focuses on simplicity as a holistic experience, with a simplification strategy that involves consolidating administrative tasks into a single interface; integrating security with familiar legacy services in one seamless system; making functionality intuitive; thinking of the future for maximum end-user productivity; and keeping things simple between multiple devices for a single user. Ecrypt's e-mail solution has been designed with the utmost attention to security, providing a fortified system that is closed to data leaks and assures the integrity of e-mail and attachments - also enabling broad or granular security and access policies for comprehensive control.

So when it comes to data security, remember the phrase "Ecrypt it" - you may well be saying it yourself in the very near future!

For further information about Ecrypt, visit ecryptinc.com

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