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Secure Video Calling Capability Available in Summer 2019 - SaltDNA

The leader in secure mobile communications for the enterprise, SaltDNA - have today announced their new ‘Secure Video Calling’ capabilities. The Cybersecurity 500 company have announced their new feature while attending the RSA Conference, the global cybersecurity conference based in San Francisco, United States. SaltDNA have developed the solution with several key customers and partners and it will be available on iOS and Android.

Speaking at RSA, SaltDNA Head of Marketing, John Bailie has been discussing this new feature stating, “SaltDNA are operating across the globe with organisations that need to have the confidence of complete security when communicating sensitive information. We understand that the importance of security is growing for global organisations, but we also understand that building personal relationships is of monumental importance in today’s business environment. Our secure video calling capabilities allows users to combine these important aspects of 21st business to secure important information in the most secure and personable way possible.”

The Belfast based, multi-award winning company are well known for their innovation. Having previously been announced as ‘Company of the Year for Innovation in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy’ by technology analyst firm Ovum, SaltDNA’s latest product announcement follows the release of their secure message broadcasting feature and secure audio & video messaging.

"This latest announcement from SaltDNA is further evidence of the strategic arc of the company's product roadmap. An already first class security product delivering increasingly sophisticated functionality. This announcement of secure video calling following on from the recent launch of broadcast messaging capabilities for incident response and the announcement of support for audio and video attachments in 2018 is leaving the secure communications peer group in a very distant second place" said Graham Penrose, CEO at CommsLock. "At CommsLock we have visibility of the SaltDNA product roadmap for the rest of 2019 which combined with our extensive knowledge of the practical applications of the technology in our customer base allows us to categorically state that the SaltDNA solution is the leading enterprise secure communications offering on the market today. This is being borne out by the reaction that our demonstrations and proof of concepts receive from our customers but particularly from our well informed colleagues in the Government, Private Security, Military, Law Enforcement, and Defense sectors".

The new SaltDNA Video Calling capability is currently in closed beta with a small number of customers and partners and will be available to the wider public during the Summer of 2019.

To find out more about the upcoming SaltDNA Video Calling Feature, or to avail of a free trial of the full solution contact our sales team on [email protected].

About SaltDNA

SaltDNA, ranked in the top half in the Cybersecurity 500, provides a fully enterprise-managed software solution that enables absolute privacy in mobile communications. It is easy to deploy and uses multi-layered encryption techniques to meet the highest of security standards. The SaltDNA Desktop and Mobile apps are intuitive and easy to install and use. The SaltDNA Communication Manager provides a console for tight management of users and can be configured for the management of regulatory compliance. SaltDNA is headquartered in Belfast, Ireland, for more information visit saltdna.com.

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