21 SEPTEMBER 2020

THE CRITICAL NEED FOR SECURE COMMUNICATIONS FOR REMOTE WORKERS

BY JOHN PARKINSON

With more people than ever now working remotely and companies becoming increasingly dependent on videocalls as a main communication channel, it is crucial that the technology businesses rely on allows them to meet online without running the risk of security breaches or hackers obtaining their sensitive data. Mercury, powered by Secured Communications, provides exceptional video quality and state of the art unparalleled security features.

 

We are regularly seeing headlines about high-profile hacks and data breaches linked to some of the most popular videoconferencing platforms currently being used by thousands of UK businesses to facilitate remote working.

 

There’s the glaring issue that most of the video-calling platforms used by businesses are also readily available to the general public to use, making it relatively easy for hackers to access meetings, spy through a computer's webcam or microphone and, in some cases, share and display inappropriate content.

 

To ensure an enhanced level of security, before businesses can use our platform, they will be subject to our compliance process which incorporates expert teams comprised of former senior police, FBI, and other law enforcement and technology leaders.

 

Mercury is developed from the technology trusted by counter terrorism and law enforcement professionals worldwide. For example, US law enforcement used Secured Communications in the security of some of the biggest events in the American sporting calendar including the Super Bowl and NASCAR.

 

Axiom International Ltd recently became one of the first UK based companies to sign up to Mercury. The company works in some of the world’s most challenging situations, in the fields of strategic capacity building programmes, institutional and public sector reform, peacebuilding and national security development.

 

Managing director of Axiom, Chris Gregg QPM, commented: “In our field of work we need to be able to trust the technology that we use to provide secure communications across the globe, be that through video conferencing, messaging or file sharing. We are impressed by what Mercury offers us. As a company, being able to have confidence that our systems are as robust as they can be against hackers and cyber-attack is paramount.”

 

Secured Communications has been providing encrypted communications solutions to law enforcement agencies and counterterrorism professionals worldwide for several years, and now we have created a product specifically designed for business use that fulfils the critical need for a secure meeting solution for internal communications.

 

John Parkinson, a former UK police chief constable and senior national counter terrorism lead, is the president of Secured Communications LLC.

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©2021 SECURED COMMUNICATIONS

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21 SEPTEMBER 2020

THE CRITICAL NEED FOR SECURE COMMUNICATIONS FOR REMOTE WORKERS

BY JOHN PARKINSON

With more people than ever now working remotely and companies becoming increasingly dependent on videocalls as a main communication channel, it is crucial that the technology businesses rely on allows them to meet online without running the risk of security breaches or hackers obtaining their sensitive data. Mercury, powered by Secured Communications, provides exceptional video quality and state of the art unparalleled security features.

 

We are regularly seeing headlines about high-profile hacks and data breaches linked to some of the most popular videoconferencing platforms currently being used by thousands of UK businesses to facilitate remote working.

 

There’s the glaring issue that most of the video-calling platforms used by businesses are also readily available to the general public to use, making it relatively easy for hackers to access meetings, spy through a computer's webcam or microphone and, in some cases, share and display inappropriate content.

 

To ensure an enhanced level of security, before businesses can use our platform, they will be subject to our compliance process which incorporates expert teams comprised of former senior police, FBI, and other law enforcement and technology leaders.

 

Mercury is developed from the technology trusted by counter terrorism and law enforcement professionals worldwide. For example, US law enforcement used Secured Communications in the security of some of the biggest events in the American sporting calendar including the Super Bowl and NASCAR.

 

Axiom International Ltd recently became one of the first UK based companies to sign up to Mercury. The company works in some of the world’s most challenging situations, in the fields of strategic capacity building programmes, institutional and public sector reform, peacebuilding and national security development.

 

Managing director of Axiom, Chris Gregg QPM, commented: “In our field of work we need to be able to trust the technology that we use to provide secure communications across the globe, be that through video conferencing, messaging or file sharing. We are impressed by what Mercury offers us. As a company, being able to have confidence that our systems are as robust as they can be against hackers and cyber-attack is paramount.”

 

Secured Communications has been providing encrypted communications solutions to law enforcement agencies and counterterrorism professionals worldwide for several years, and now we have created a product specifically designed for business use that fulfils the critical need for a secure meeting solution for internal communications.

 

John Parkinson, a former UK police chief constable and senior national counter terrorism lead, is the president of Secured Communications LLC.

SAN FRANCISCO | RENO TAHOE  | SYDNEY | LONDON

©2021 SECURED COMMUNICATIONS

  •  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

21 SEPTEMBER 2020

THE CRITICAL NEED FOR SECURE COMMUNICATIONS FOR REMOTE WORKERS

BY JOHN PARKINSON

With more people than ever now working remotely and companies becoming increasingly dependent on videocalls as a main communication channel, it is crucial that the technology businesses rely on allows them to meet online without running the risk of security breaches or hackers obtaining their sensitive data. Mercury, powered by Secured Communications, provides exceptional video quality and state of the art unparalleled security features.

 

We are regularly seeing headlines about high-profile hacks and data breaches linked to some of the most popular videoconferencing platforms currently being used by thousands of UK businesses to facilitate remote working.

 

There’s the glaring issue that most of the video-calling platforms used by businesses are also readily available to the general public to use, making it relatively easy for hackers to access meetings, spy through a computer's webcam or microphone and, in some cases, share and display inappropriate content.

 

To ensure an enhanced level of security, before businesses can use our platform, they will be subject to our compliance process which incorporates expert teams comprised of former senior police, FBI, and other law enforcement and technology leaders.

 

Mercury is developed from the technology trusted by counter terrorism and law enforcement professionals worldwide. For example, US law enforcement used Secured Communications in the security of some of the biggest events in the American sporting calendar including the Super Bowl and NASCAR.

 

Axiom International Ltd recently became one of the first UK based companies to sign up to Mercury. The company works in some of the world’s most challenging situations, in the fields of strategic capacity building programmes, institutional and public sector reform, peacebuilding and national security development.

 

Managing director of Axiom, Chris Gregg QPM, commented: “In our field of work we need to be able to trust the technology that we use to provide secure communications across the globe, be that through video conferencing, messaging or file sharing. We are impressed by what Mercury offers us. As a company, being able to have confidence that our systems are as robust as they can be against hackers and cyber-attack is paramount.”

 

Secured Communications has been providing encrypted communications solutions to law enforcement agencies and counterterrorism professionals worldwide for several years, and now we have created a product specifically designed for business use that fulfils the critical need for a secure meeting solution for internal communications.

 

John Parkinson, a former UK police chief constable and senior national counter terrorism lead, is the president of Secured Communications LLC.

SAN FRANCISCO | RENO TAHOE  | SYDNEY | LONDON

©2021 SECURED COMMUNICATIONS

  •  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Sustainability

EULA

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