Some call it the post-privacy age, when it seems like every phone call and every email is fair game to. The list of victims runs from the corporate, like Sony and JP Morgan, to the celebrity, like Jennifer Lawrence. Even the U.S. Central Command Twitter account fell victim to an ISIS hack.
Someday, maybe it’s you.
Harvey Boulter in the chairman of Seecrypt. His team was recently in the Twin Cities meeting with banking and medical device companies, pitching a mobile encryption system for emails, photos and video. It works by sending you a one-time, five-digit key on your phone, that’s good for 30 seconds. Verizon now has a version they’re offering to business customers.
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