There is no question your personal data and communication is constantly being sought after. Regardless whether you are sending a personal email, doing online banking, or simply browsing your social media, people want access to your data. For that reason encryption was implemented. When you login to your online banking you are using HTTPS protocol to encrypt your data to prevent it from being stolen. However how do you prevent your communications from being intercepted? You encrypt your conversation.
There are many methods to encrypt your communications, however the biggest obstacle to overcome is whether or not your encrypted communications are compatible with the person you are trying to talk to. For this reason cross-company compatibility is key.
There are a few reasons why encryption services might not work together, the most common being blacklisting. This is when two companies use the same type of encryption but one of the two has disallowed the other to communicate with their network. These policies are usually implemented to prevent users from switching services, and locking them into a provider.
Myntex has the firm belief that everyone has the right to privacy, therefore we strive to allow all of our customers to communicate openly, whether they are on our encryption service or not. When we find a network that we are unable to communicate with, we immediately reach out to attempt to open communications. The only people that suffer from networks not being compatible with each other are the end users.
There are companies out there that have purposely disallowed their users to communicate with anyone other than other users within their network. Having a large conglomerate of encrypted service providers allowing cross network communications is key to a healthy ecosystem that everyone including the end user will benefit from.
Here at Myntex we pride ourselves on the code of ethics we practice. No blocking, customers come first, and the reliability of our service being paramount. We spare no time or expense to ensure these morals are followed which we believe will set the bar for other encryption providers. In an unregulated market we hope to set the standard, and will continue to push the importance of secure and open communication.