25 Oct, 2017, 08:56 ET
BOSTON, Oct. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The next high-profile hack: CEOs and CIOs everywhere know it's coming and that their current cyber security approach probably isn't going to be enough. Good news: PreVeil's unique combination of end-to-end encryption, cryptographic keys taking the place of obsolete passwords, and Approval Groups that protect central points of attack (no longer will breaching a central administrator's account give hackers the keys to the server kingdom) - all presented in an easy-to-use (keep your current email address; no pop-ups or log-ins) system - is now accessible on all four major operating systems: Mac, PC, iOS and now, Android.
"At the heart of the PreVeil approach are two concepts: first, that cyber security needs to be designed under the assumption that the server is going to be breached, and second, that the tech needs to be easy to use, to the point of being almost invisible to the user – or it won't get used at all," said Randy Battat, Founder, President and CEO of PreVeil. "I encourage business leaders concerned about the security of their data – and these days, that means all of them – to try out the PreVeil app for free on Google Play, the iOS App Store, and at Preveil.com."
Prior to co-founding PreVeil, Mr. Battat and PreVeil Chairman Sanjeev Verma, former executives with Apple and Motorola, collaborated on the creation of Airvana, which they took from concept to the world's second largest supplier of CDMA 3G mobile data infrastructure and the world's largest supplier of small cells. Now, along with CTO Raluca Popa, Professor at UC Berkeley and winner of multiple awards from MIT (see here for details on all three, plus Chief System Architect and MIT Professor Nickolai Zeldovich), they have taken on a new challenge: protecting sensitive business and personal communication from increasingly sophisticated attacks.
PreVeil is providing its next generation email and document services free of cost to individuals (with limited storage), and for a limited time, enterprise capabilities are also free. For more information on how your business can PreVeil, check out their blog, read their Manifesto, and follow the company on Twitter @EndtoEndEncrypt and on LinkedIn.
PreVeil is led by a team of successful technology entrepreneurs and proven experts in cyber security, with roots in MIT and UC Berkeley. The company has a laser focus: providing businesses with private and protected email and files through the use of end-to-end encryption–with unmatched ease of use. Learn more at www.preveil.com, join the conversation on Twitter @EndtoEndEncrypt, and follow PreVeil on LinkedIn and Facebook.
Protect. Prevent. PreVeil.
Ariane Doud, Vice President
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