Show customers that you value trust and transparency.
By creating a company @sign, you’ll be able to connect with your customers and access their data on their terms. @signs enable customers to dictate the terms for how your organization can use their data, and for how long.
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“Data privacy and protection differentiates business today. Do it right, you stand out. Do it wrong, and you will be called out.”
– John N. Stewart, SVP, Chief Security and Trust Officer, Cisco
Keeping your customers’ data current and dealing with misplaced usernames and passwords can be costly and time-consuming. With @signs, you won’t have to worry about handling authentication nightmares or updating customer data.
Automatically comply with the GDPR and other privacy regulations.
In the US alone there are over 20 proposed state-level regulations coming your way — and that’s not even including international regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Get an @sign to automatically comply with these regulations and protect your business against legal repercussions.
Secure your brand’s @signs now.
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Experts agree that privacy matters
Not in an intellectual way, not in a nice-to-have way, but in a ‘people will stop using your app for privacy reasons, even if your app is hugely popular and crucially important to billions of people’ way. If people switch messaging apps because of a privacy update, you know privacy matters.”
– David Pierce, Protocol
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…agree that if there was a way to fully take back and retrieve the personal data they share with a company at any time, they would be more willing to share their personal information.
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The encrypted messaging services have become the world’s hottest apps over the last week, driven by growing anxiety over the power of the biggest tech companies and privacy concerns.