Enssages: End-to-End Encrypted Messages App Redefines Next Generation Secure Communications

NEW YORK, September 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Enssages is a portmanteau of Encrypted Messages, it’s a new instant messaging solution with end-to-end encryption technology for professional, business, industry, and public sector needs, the next generation of secure communications software that enables people to connect in secure ways, anytime, anywhere.

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Everyone, every business that uses computers and mobile devices has messages to protect and can therefore benefit from encryption.

Unfortunately, many products on the market cannot provide enough protection, given that failure to protect messages, including confidential information, may not only result in the loss of money or property but also a potential lawsuit. It’s easy to see why messages encryption is becoming a core security strategy.

Encryption is today the most important practice for professionals and businesses of all types for reducing the risk in the case of unauthorized access and surveillance.

Professionals such as journalists, lawyers, diplomats, politicians, corporate executives, and public figures, and businesses such as media agencies, academic institutions, financial institutions, health-sector companies, technology firms, and manufacturers must keep private their diverse information about personals, employees, customers, business operations, and intellectual property.

Professionals or businesses may not have security experts. Enssages provides a simple way for professionals and business workers to chat easily and security is installed and ready to go in as few touches.

“To respond to this need, over the past months we have been working to transforming communications by providing advanced encryption technologies into a new secured communications experience,” said co-founder Samuel Tan.

Enssages does not retrieve a user’s name, phone number or phonebook. All user data is fully encrypted before transfer to network and only a user’s trusted contact can decrypt it.

“Other developers love big data, but we love no data. Most IM apps require user’s name, phone number, access to your phonebook, and store users’ most sensitive data on their servers. But we do not know who you are and who you are talking to on Enssages,” said Samuel.

Enssages is available today or in development for the iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Mac OS X, and Windows platforms. It can be downloaded at the Apple App Store. The release for Android and other platforms is scheduled for later this year.

About Enssages Team

Enssages is developed at the end of last year by a startup team, which has many years of experience in the development of security products and successfully delivered to many customers, including some Fortune 500 companies.

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