Wire is the most secure collaboration platform. Secure messaging, file sharing, voice calls and video conferences. All protected with end-to-end encryption.
Chats, voice and video conference calls, and shared documents are all protected with end-to-end encryption so only the sender and receiver can access them. Crystal clear calls, rich feature set and ease-of-use help people and teams work together faster and with confidence that their data is protected by European privacy laws. Wire does not hold the decryption keys for your communication.
- Three-in-one: No more hopping between file sharing, conferencing, and messaging apps. Wire keeps everything safe in one place, making it easier to control and audit your data, and stay compliant with regulations such as GDPR.
- Simply secure: People like workplace tools that are easy to learn and simple to use. IT teams want guaranteed security, robust administration tools, and full control. Wire offers a perfect blend between ease of use, control, and security.
- Ready for business: Wire is built to scale to tens of millions of users, and with the right administrative tools. Ready for ISO, GDPR, and SOX. 100% open source, and independently audited — with an option to be tested against your existing security and governance frameworks.
Wire is available on all major platforms, keeps conversations nicely in sync across multiple devices and doesn’t require a phone number to register.
Whether it’s a malicious cyber attack, or a complete system outage; when disaster hits your network the immediate priority is to maintain business operations and resolve the issue. However, what you might not realize is that during this recovery period your business could be at even greater risk of a data breach, or malicious attempts to eavesdrop on your confidential discussions!
Has your business chosen an appropriate communication and file sharing tool that can be relied upon in the event of a complete network shutdown? While many businesses maintain a business continuity plan to help them assess potential threats to their organizations, surprisingly few specify the communications tools that should be used in the event of malicious cyber attack (or other a system outage), that renders the corporate network unavailable.
For CIOs and IT teams, the debate over which secure enterprise messaging app to use is typically fought over the level of security on offer. However, for business users, the decision is often less clear, and typically the result of poor understanding. New research has highlighted that many people remain unclear over the level of protection offered by secure, end-to-end-encrypted (E2EE) messaging apps, when compared to basic services such as SMS text messaging (and even phone calls).
The answer is: “Yes, but it depends on the app being used!”. Public sector employees are no different to their private-sector counterparts in that they’re demanding more modern, mobile solutions for collaboration and communication. However, without clear direction from ICT leaders, many are becoming reliant on consumer-grade tools that put data, and digital compliance, at risk.
Any talk of security usually defaults to external threats. But what about threats from inside of your firewall? How often do you consider those? Of course, no one likes to think of their employees as untrustworthy, but the reality is that employees are responsible for 54% of data breaches. And while many of these threats are simply down to negligence (an employee being compromised by a phishing attack, for cexample), a large amount involved malicious intent.
Rasmus Holst from Wire will give you the keys to bring your company’s communication infrastructure under control while giving employees easy-to-use and secure tools to collaborate.
Speaker: Rasmus Holst, CRO, Wire
Dr.Philip Fabinger of HERE Technologies gave this talk on January 31st, 2018 at Wire offices in Berlin.
Alan Duric, co-founder, CTO/COO of Wire, gave this talk on January 31st, 2018.
Recorded at the GDPR and Data Security in 2018 - Risks, Rewards and Opportunities event at Wire on January 31st, 2018.