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Secure and auditable SMS service

- 5 MIN READ - 04 May 2014

Secure and auditable SMS service

Today companies have the unprecedented possibility of sharing information with the speed of light while channeling it very directly to selected receivers. Yet the fact remains, more complex systems have a bigger chance for loopholes. While growing quantities of business critical information is uploaded online, more companies stand against growing security threat that needs a solution in advance.

The rise of Enterprise Social Networks

Enterprise Social Networks are indispensable tools for business communication. The fact that everyday more and more classified information is being hacked is an alarming concern for every company that depends on password protected networks. Messente is increasingly serving more global companies who need a simple yet safe SMS solution for secure communication.

SMS security codes

The major benefit of sending security codes via SMS is that it keeps the information tied to one particular phone number. It is clear that a mobile phone is considered as a personal device. Therefore in the case of business critical communication it’s reasonable to keep the crucial information available to as few participants as possible through personal communication channel (i.e. mobile phone).

Messente avoids vulnerabilities proactively

We use the best practices in developing secure in-house applications to keep the server software always up-to-date. Lately we had a major server upgrade which made the SMS processing speed even faster while increasing security. Despite the fact that the system itself is quite complex, our engineers have developed it so that integration would still be very simple.

Margus Sütt

Margus Sütt - Key account manager

Margus works as a business analyst at Messente. Identifying new opportunities and going deep into industries Margus consults Messente's key customers to help their businesses to advance.

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