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Confidesk Makes Public Key Encryption Accessible to Everyday Users

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Public Key Encryption is notoriously difficult to implement, regardless of the platform or service used. Confidesk now has a solution to that problem.

(PRWEB) July 17, 2014

Confidesk has created two new tools that help its users safely and easily manage public key encryptions. The service is provided as part of a comprehensive suite of encryption tools, available on 5 platforms, including desktop and mobile devices.

The new feature-set allows users to individually generate or import encryption keys to their Confidesk accounts, easily transfer them to multiple devices, and use them for client side encryption. If a user configures a device, it can act as a secure extension to the users account, enabling the full protection of Confidesks platform to be accessible on-demand.

A single subscription allows users up to 6 accounts, with any changes made on one device automatically and securely updated across all approved devices. The service supports IOS, Android, Windows desktop, OSX and Linux through Confidesk's own applications.

Client Side Encryption is extremely important for any user working with personal, private and sensitive data, says Kyle Greenfield, Director of Marketing. The service helps minimize exposure to data leakage by encrypting files locally, while maintaining the accessibility and virtualization our users expect.

The focus of this release is to provide a user-friendly approach to encryption. The service provides real-time notifications when it is encrypting or decrypting your data, allowing the user to see first-hand when their data is transferred securely.

About Confidesk:

Confidesk AG offers affordable state-of-the-art encryption packages for individual and business clients. Headquartered in Switzerland to ensure the highest standard of individual privacy, Confidesk offers a suite of mobile and desktop applications for local encryption and secure mail and file storage. Visit http://www.confidesk.com for more information.

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