GCs, CROs, and Compliance Officers

You can't manage risk without knowing what has been put at risk. The ArmorText Client-Eyes-Only Privacy Architecture gives organizations total control of their sensitive communications

Many providers of cloud based messaging solutions reserve the right to read customer communications. If your service provider can decrypt and read your content on their servers, your content can be mined, hacked, and subpoenaed without your knowledge. To make matters worse, these providers are high ROI targets for hackers looking to compromise the communications of hundreds (if not thousands) of companies at once.

General Counsels, Chief Risk Officers & Compliance Officers need to ensure that their enterprise messaging solutions provide:

Policies and Governance
Policies and Governance
  • Manage user on-boarding and off-boarding
  • Establish and enforce rules and policies for enterprise governance
  • Enable or disable trust relationships between organizations and individuals
  • Restrict admin read-access to c-suite, board, and sensitive communications
  • Assign reviewers and define their scope of review
Protection from Data Mining, Bulk Hacks, and Third Party Subpoenas that Bypass Legal
Protection from Data Mining, Bulk Hacks, and Third Party Subpoenas that Bypass Legal

End-to-end encryption not only protects confidential information stored on devices and while in transit. It also safeguards them from third party providers by giving the private decryption keys only to the enterprise and its users. This protects enterprises from having their data mined, hacked, or exposed by providers in response to subpoenas that can bypass legal departments.

End-to-End
End-to-End Encryption

While some messaging solutions encrypt messages, the private keys needed to decrypt those messages remain with the solutions provider allowing them to spy on their clients’ messages. Enterprises need an end-to-end solution that ensures that messages are read only by their intended recipients and authorized reviewers within their organizations.

Records Retention
Records Retention

The ability to retain records for regulatory compliance, comply with legal mandates, enforce internal policies requirements, and reduce volumes of critical information on user devices.

Hackers broke into the computer networks at some of the country’s most prestigious law firms, and federal investigators are exploring whether they stole confidential information for the purpose of insider trading...

March 1, 2016

Law firms are the subject of targeted attacks for one simple reason - their servers hold incredibly valuable information. That includes businesses’ IP, medical records, bank information, even government secrets. For hackers looking for information they can monetize, there is no better place to start.

August 1, 2017

The FBI began warning firms that they were specifically being targeted by organized cybercriminals as early as 2009, and in 2011 invited 200 of the largest law firms to discuss the rise in sophisticated cyber-attacks targeted at law firms. Part of the reason for this is that law firms often present an easier target than some of their clients

July 1, 2016

A financially motivated cyber crime insider trading scheme involves a hacker compromising the law firm’s computer networks and monitoring them for material, non-public information (MNPI). This information, gained prior to a public announcement, is then used by a criminal with international stock market expertise to strategically place bids and generate a monetary profit.

June 1, 2016

Chicago Law Firm Accused of Lax Data Security in Lawsuit…The complaint refers to Johnson & Bell “as a data breach waiting to happen” and claims the firm marketed itself as using top data security to protect its clients’ information but in fact had numerous lapses, including — according to the complaint — an online time-keeping system that had not been updated in 10 years

December 1, 2018
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Why you need ArmorText

  • Seamless interoperability across the majority of operating systems, mobile devices, tablets and desktops
  • Protects your conversations, enclosures and high-value transactions
  • Empowers you with full enterprise and information lifecycle controls
  • The only secure messenger built for regulated industries

Case Studies

Jones Group International (JGI)

A Powerful Enterprise Messaging Solution for Global Concerns

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Levick

Secure Messaging and Crisis Management in the midst of an escalating international conflict

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Customer Feedback

“The threat of industrial espionage is real. Secure communications is an integral part of how we operate, and ArmorText is a key component of our overall business strategy.”

Luke Ritter

CEO, Fraser Optics

“ArmorText provides secure, immediate messaging no matter where in the world our team is deployed. Their tech support is unmatched, often responding immediately when questions are posed from eight time zones away.”

Greg Jones

Vice President, JGI

"The threat to proprietary information is very real and will only increase over time. ArmorText is simply the best product offering in the category."

Todd Bradley

Colonel (ret), United States Air Force

"The entire foundation of our organization is based on trust — the trust our donors, partners, and beneficiaries put in us. A breach of our communications and any privacy leaks would be devestating to them and to us."

Sarah Hillware

Founder & President, Girls Health Ed

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