30 Oct SaltDNA’s New Message Broadcasting Feature Available Now
Clarendon portfolio company SaltDNA, a Cybersecurity 500 company and the leader in secure mobile communications for the enterprise, is delighted to release the extension of its product suite to support message broadcasting. SaltDNA have developed this new feature in conjunction with several key customers and partners and is now available on iOS and Android.
The new capability released by SaltDNA will allow customers to push out live alerts to large groups of users within an organisation. The new broadcasting capability will enable organisations to send messages, share images and documents as well as assign the level of severity to an alert. In order to further highlight critical issues, SaltDNA have allocated different alert tones for different severity levels. These elements will allow organisations to effectively broadcast information for incident response purposes such as emergency services alerts, data breaches or environmental warnings to a large number of users with the confidence that it is secure.
”We are very excited to be able to release this feature as the Broadcasting capability has come after working with a number of security focused organisations who need to be able to communicate directly with large numbers of people in a secure and quick manner. Since we first announced this feature at Black Hat USA, we have been overwhelmed with the positive feedback from several trial customers who got early access to this new feature. Message broadcasting very quickly became a crucial part of their security procedures and incident response plans,” said Joe Boyle, CEO at SaltDNA. “This new feature as well as our larger product roadmap highlights how important client feedback is to SaltDNA and our development planning.”
SaltDNA CEO first announced the availability of message broadcasting for chosen SaltDNA customers at Black Hat USA in August 2018. Since then the feature has been embraced by government & security, financial and legal clients across the globe. The secure message broadcasting feature allowed these organisations to not only push alerts out to internal staff, but also in certain cases industry wide announcements to protect competition about potential cyber attack attempts.