Posts Categorized: Privatis Technology Corporation

Used.ca launches Privacy Shield for its Canadian users

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Vancouver, B.C. (December 21, 2016) – Privatis Technology Corporation, the innovator of Privacy Shield—a sophisticated privacy protection suite offering anonymous communications supported by unsurpassed robocall and scammer blocking technologies—is pleased to publicize the partnership of its proprietary technology with the classified site Used.ca.   Used.ca is one of the first Privatis clients to implement the […]

Privacy Shield Innovation

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Privacy Shield Innovation

Whether they are selling or buying goods and services, individuals who use online classified sites exchange their personal contact information on a daily basis. While this process is necessary for facilitating successful transactions, it can also expose the user’s sensitive details to fraudulent threats. Classified sites around the world have been taking precautions educating their […]

Mobile Encryption: The ultimate way to protect data on your phone

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With massive data breaches happening at a daily rate, it’s no wonder that mobile users are growing more concerned that their personal information, photos, and communications might fall into the wrong hands. The rise of multi-step authentication and Apple’s recent launch of the 6-digit passcode for iPhone are signs that software developers are beginning to […]

Is Your Smartphone Protected Against Mobile Malware?

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As a result of the explosive growth of smartphone usage, mobile platforms are being targeted through an increasing variety of new ways, from SMS text messaging to mobile payment app technologies. With French telecommunications company Alcatel-Lucent reporting over 16 million mobile devices worldwide affected by intrusive software in 2014, security experts and software developers are […]