Cybercrime has grown into a huge business, the industry estimating the damage to be $ 6 trillion by 2021.
Being a victim of a cyber attack is not the large enterprises' privilege anymore: in a three year period, almost every business and individual is a victim of an attempted cyberattack in developed countries - as a business, for industrial espionage or foreign government surveillance, as an individual, for identity theft or your vaccine passport, for example.
Cybercriminals map the communication habits, tools and platforms used by the target company or person. Based on the information gathered, they identify the most vulnerable parts of the communication and then develop an action plan to achieve their goals.
Making a call from an unprotected smartphone or over an improperly configured home office network can suffice, and communication data becomes traceable and observable without the victim's knowledge.
An isolated, entirely closed, secure communication network—non-Peer-To-Peer connection, where the globally deployed communication servers protect your audio and video calls. The transferred data is encrypted with strings of our unique cryptography methods. There are no backdoors, no encryption gaps in the system.
There is no point to hack the servers, there are nothing to steal there. No communication data, messaging, sent file is recorded, saved, or stored on the server. No device usage or communication logs are in the system.
Mobile devices and communication platforms have become particularly important in recent years, especially in the world of remote work, caused by a pandemic. Even companies have a good chance of securing the necessary and sufficient solution to protect their PCs, the protection of communications and mobile devices is often immature.
While many businesses are still using the traditional unencrypted, insecure analogue or ISDN phone lines, those solutions will be phased out in a couple of years (UK: 2024, USA: 2025) and switched by the internet-based communication technology (VoIP/VoLTE).
The new telecommunication technology could be more capable of protecting the conversations; still, the service providers prefer to satisfy the convenience demands of their users rather than keep their communication safe.
Encrypted Peer-To-Peer connection is far not enough secure, even it seems and sounds still a good marketing slogan.
In the following, for a better understanding, we present the schematics of a phone call, with a few examples of weak links and vulnerabilities in it that are just the tip of the iceberg.
Distinguished communication steps: the Sender device (1), the Local network (2), the Communication network (3), the Receiver local network (4) and the Receiver device (5).
Although our communication solution is extremely complex from data network and cryptographic perspective, it is based on our three principles:
Instead of using the unprotected Peer-To-Peer transfer method, the communication data are transferred by our globally deployed servers with outstanding cryptographic computing capacity.
The closed communication ecosystem is not visible to the outside world at all. It is only possible to connect from a device with PTechnology cryptographic algorithms.
It is both interests: without storing any personal and communication data, we do have to protect nothing. As a result, there is no point to hack our system.
The communication inside PTechnology Shielded Ecosystem looks like this:
PTechnology Shielded Ecosystem: the Sender device (1), the Connection (2) to the PTechnology Server Infrastructure (3), the Connection (4) to the Receiver device (5).
PTech. to PTech.
PTech. to Regular
Regular to Regular
|In summary||Inside PTechnology Shielded Ecosystem, the communication is safe, protected, unsaved, unstored, and entirely free. No one can intercept your calls.||Your privacy is protected, if you do not use outgoing ID, except if the listeners are using voice recognition.||Your calls are unsecure, tappable, your contact network is traceable and easily visualisable. Avoid sensitive calls, especially if you are a priority person.|
|Connection security||Protected, untappable, multi-layered channel and data encryption, including SRTP/ZRTP-TLS||PTechnology: secure until public ecosystem
Regular providers: tappable + backdoors
|Notoriously vulnerable, easily hackable, interceptable, especially the GSM communication.|
|Communication and call logs||No call logs generated: in the system, no data are saved or stored.||PTechnology: no data saved or stored
Regular providers: save and stored
|Logs of calls and messaging are created, stored, and bound to your personal and financial data. Every of your calls and messages are tracable.|
|Personal and financial data||No financial data are stored, and we only need an email address during a registration, which is not bound to any communication data.||PTechnology: not saved or bound
Regular providers: saved, stored, bound
|Regular providers collect, save, store and process every data in their big data systems. A hostile government can request for your profile easily.|
|Local calls||Completely free and limitless||Very low call rates||According to current rates|
|International calls||Completely free and limitless||Very low call rates||Expensive international call rates|
|Roaming fee||No roaming fees||No roaming fees, our system is global||It depends on the concrete country, but usually, yes.|
|International conference calls - between 3 continents||Completely free, protected, untappable and untraceable with crystal clear HD audio and video calls.||Because of the public network, the call is traceable, tappable, the sound quality is worst, and the call is not free.||In case of international businesses, 99% probability that someone is following your calls. The sound quality is poor, and the call is expensive.|
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