Evizone receives Canadian patent for secure online communications software product
(MONTREAL, QUEBEC, May 16, 2016) – Evizone Ltd., the Montreal-based software and services provider offering enterprise solutions in secure messaging, regulatory compliance and communications governance, today announced that the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has granted the company a patent for its state-of-the -art secure communications software.
“This is an important step in Evizone’s evolution and demonstrates our clear commitment to growth in Canada, our home base,” said Bill Wells, Chairman of Evizone. “The grant of this patent in Canada reinforces our already granted US patent, demonstrating Evizone’s lead in secure communications technology. With the stream of recent communications breaches in the news, it’s hard to believe that companies are still sending their most sensitive information through old-style email. Evizone’s secure communications service, developed by some of the best software engineers in the world, provides the highest level of communications security commercially available in a fast, easy to use system.”
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About Evizone Ltd.
Evizone Ltd. is a revolutionary secure communications software and service provider based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Evizone offers innovative enterprise solutions in secure messaging, regulatory compliance and communications governance. Evizone’s services protect organizations through best in class security, recipient controls, life cycle management, discovery management, compliance management and complete audit records against the enormous damage caused by communications breaches. Evizone’s patented technologies offer a level of security impossible to obtain with conventional or encrypted email. Evizone’s services are immediately available on multiple platforms and provide the strongest commercially available communications security.
Tom Kott, HATLEY Strategy Advisors, 514.316.7082, email@example.com
16 may 2016 – published by EVIZONE.