With the amount of sensitive data that is shared digitally every day, it’s never been more important to make sure that your data is kept secure. Businesses and the general public alike are at risk of having their data intercepted by bad actors. That’s why this week’s #WebsiteWednesday ensures that the data you share is accessible only by the intended recipient – TransBox.xyz.
TransBox.xyz is an easy-to-use encryption app that is available for both Android and iOS. The app seamlessly integrates into the mobile operating system and allows users to encrypt emails, text messages, and even photos. This encrypted content can then only be viewed by the designated recipient. Currently, TransBox is working on the PC version of their app for enterprise use, so businesses too can benefit from their encryption services.
According to their website, TransBox.xyz participated in IBM’s Catalyst Program, and has gained significant support from the South Korean government. They mention that in 2015, TransBox was the winner of the special prize at the K-Global Startup Engine Demo Day organized by the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning (MSIP) and more recently, was selected by the Born2Global accelerator program, and chosen out of 300 startups to be accepted by the K-Global 300 startup acceleration program. Both were organized in part by the MSIP.
“TransBox is a unique service, so we decided to choose a unique domain. And TransBox’s encryption code consists of all 24 letters of the alphabet, so we built our identity by using the ending of the alphabet, .XYZ.” – Mingu Yu, Director of Business Development for TransBox.xyz
TransBox is making it easier than ever to keep your digital communication secure. Their intuitive app, coupled with their memorable domain name and consistent branding on social media (@Transbox_XYZ), make certain that they are reaching a wide international audience.
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