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DEFCOM completes development of world's most secure messenger

Written by Business World, on 19th Oct 2015. Posted in Technology

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In 2013, the world was shocked by a scandal that unfolded after a former NSA and CIA employee Edward Snowden disclosed information that the American special services had ordinary citizens under surveillance. This situation resulted in a trend inside the online community that led to a start of the new epoch, the epoch of super-secured and safe communication.

DEFCOM, a Monaco-based IT company, took on this challenge and decided to make communication of Internet users around the globe free and secure. DEFCOM was created by a team of like-minded people in 2014 in Monaco. The company focuses on development of IT products with high level of user data protection, which should make online communication truly free and safe.

The team currently consists of over one hundred experts, including developers, designers, marketing analysts, translators and, naturally, data protection experts.

DEFCOM products developers use latest high-end data protection technologies in order to make online communication safe and secure. The company's co-founder Dmitriy Chornyi says that the company has already completed the development of a unique extra-secure product - the most secure messaging app in the world titled DefTalk.

The messenger will be released soon in App Store and Google Play. (Reuters)

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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