You put a password on your phone and you make sure no one is looking over your shoulder while you compose emails and texts, because you value your privacy...
But the apps, emails and chats you use on a daily basis are already spying on you, and in many cases even sharing your “private” data with other people and organizations.1
Companies like Slack, Gmail and Dropbox have complete access to everything your team sends or stores on their platforms.2 This makes them a poor option for teams who require privacy and security.
Worse still, many popular email and chat apps openly admit to reading all of your messages and files.3
It’s not private, or secure, if they can read it.
Take back control of your data and your privacy, with ClearChat. Speak freely and share with confidence; with end-to-end encryption, your team’s conversations and files can only be read by the intended recipients - not by ClearChat, or anyone else.
ClearChat brings an unrivalled level of privacy and security to your team, all in a package that’s as easy to use as the email and chat apps you already know well.
You’re probably accustomed to “security” apps being dauntingly difficult to setup and use - PGP? Complex and impossible to remember procedures or passwords? Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist, programmer or security expert to use ClearChat.
In fact, with ClearChat there are no passwords to remember, no complex setup processes and no extra “steps” or procedures necessary. It’s easy enough for your least technical team members to use.
Just open the app and you can talk privately and securely, end-to-end encrypted, with anyone on your team. You can even add guest users to securely chat or share files with users outside of your organization.
With user authentication and end-to-end encryption, ClearChat is not vulnerable to the spoofing, phishing, man-in-the-middle SSL attacks, and more that haunt our competitors and the businesses that use them.4
Last year 70% of businesses were hacked. Most aren’t aware they’ve suffered a security breach.5
Hackers aren’t just targeting governments and enterprise organizations, 61% of attacks target companies classified as small to medium sized businesses.6
Security breaches are costly - by 2019 cybercrime will cost businesses $2.1Trillion in losses.7
Hackers are taking advantage of backdoors in the design of your favorite business communication and file storage apps to exploit your business, resulting in tremendous financial and opportunity losses.8
Clearly it's time for something better. Take control of your data and your privacy, and protect your team from cyberattacks, with ClearChat.
1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9. ClearChat, Inc., "ClearChat Blog," 2016 - 5. Rosalie L. Donlon, Property Casualty 360, "Almost 70% of businesses have been hacked in the last year, and 36% have no cyber coverage," 2015 - 6. Symantec, "Internet Security Threat Report," 2014. - 7. Juniper Research, "Cybercrime will cost businesses over $2 trillion by 2019," 2015