Whoever I am, however I use it, with PrivateSky NO-ONE else can see my data!
|Today's information security challenges||Where security vendors fall short|
|More than 12 million pieces of information were illegally traded online by identity fraudsters in the first four months of 2012
|Insufficient filesize support - 69% of workers cannot send or receive emails larger than 10 MB in size, and 89% are unable to send or receive emails in excess of 15 MB
(Source: Virgin Media Business)
|The trade in illegal online information has increased 200% since 2010
|Usernames and passwords are a significant security risk - 64% of end users report that they have written down their password at least once
(Source: Rainbow Technologies)
|An email containing a scan of a credit card sells on the internet for about £16/$25
(source: Trend Micro)
|SSL (https) does not protect information in the cloud – vendors can see users' data (and make use of it!)|
|In 2009, corporate users sent and received, on average, 37 attached files per day. In 2013, that will rise to 53 attachments sent/received per user, per day
(source: The Radicati Group)
|Information is not encrypted before sending – a significant security risk as well as a failure to comply with regulated industry information standards|
Why PrivateSky is different
PrivateSky is in use with thousands of users, because it:
- Automates the entire process of encrypting your files and messages before they go to the cloud
- Provides the right decryption keys to the right user on demand, but without storing them (our renowned SkyKey technology)
- Ensures that only sender and recipient can see the data – and no-one else (not even CertiVox!)
- Dispenses with cumbersome, vulnerable usernames and passwords
- Uses a four-digit PIN (SkyPin), to deliver the same strong, two-factor authentication that you enjoy when you withdraw cash from an ATM!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does PrivateSky require me to know and pre-enrol recipients before I can send PrivateSky messages and files to them?
No, there is no pre-enrolment process in PrivateSky. Because you authenticate yourself to PrivateSky using a PIN (known as SkyPin), which is linked to your email, your identity is instantly proven beyond reasonable doubt. This goes for both sender and recipient. You can send a PrivateSky message or file to someone who has never even heard of PrivateSky, and within a minute or two they can authenticate themselves to use the service too. No waiting!