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Sharing data with great privacy through even better security

Most cloud apps have full access to all content you upload - This means every message and document you add is freely accessible by their teams. Not only is there no privacy for your content but a breach of the app provider would give any attacker full access to that data also.

We think there is a better way and set about bringing privacy to your data by building tools that allow teams to share and collaborate with great features but with a difference - Everything you upload and share is encrypted before storing and we never have access to any content. This ensures that your data is secure in the event of a breach and always private.

We believe it's possible to build great tools that make collaboration simple and friction-less but also with privacy as it's #1 goal.

Kevin O'Farrell

Founder and CEO

Kevin is a respected technology and security veteran who has spent nearly 30 years developing and providing some of the most advanced and innovative technologies. Kevin spent 7+ with Sun Microsystems, where he was responsible for Java licensing throughout Europe and Asia. Kevin is passionate about cyber-security and data privacy, and committed to delivering the best-in-class security and privacy protection to consumers, small business and large enterprises. He is especially focused on easy to use apps that make sharing data between businesses and people simple, secure and private.

Kevin is a keen sailor and avid rugby fan.

Neal O'Farrell

North America

Neal O'Farrell is an award-winning security and privacy expert with more than 35 years of global experience. He is credited with the development of the first encrypting fax machine and later came into conflict with the NSA with his work on advanced speech encryption systems. In 1988 the Irish Banks Standing Committee awarded Neal the first contract to encrypt Ireland's entire national ATM network, the same year he co-hosted with IBM Ireland's first Network Security Conference at UCD.

Neal was a member of the Federal Communications Commission's Cybersecurity Roundtable and is currently a Fellow of the EP3 Foundation. He has been quoted in hundreds of publications around the world including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Forbes, Fortune, the Wall St Journal and the South China Morning Post.