New solutions to even newer problems dealing with privacy are emerging every day. No matter how many practices or software solutions an individual or corporation adopts, the premise of data safety is blatantly simple: no unauthorised access.
Encryption is a wholesome and simple solution to information security. Data travelling in a secure impenetrable tunnel that only the receiver and sender have access to either end.
NCrypt looks at how data travels in the modern-day world and provide adequate shielding to mitigate any data leakage. Just convey your position (however unique it may seem) and we will promptly, but thoughtfully direct you to the best in class solution.
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Digital technology – ‘a case for encryption’
The times that we live in are full of abbreviations and acronyms for mod-cons. Things change and evolve; needs you never thought you had, have been met. However, one crucial aspect of moving into the technologically prosperous future somehow remains left in the garden shed — your privacy.
Ncrypt will ensure that when it comes to privacy and security, the absolute control and choice remains with you and you alone.Our products
Your data is yours and yours alone and in order to keep it that way, Ncrypt has built, sourced and assembled only the most state-of-the-art digital encryption technologies.
The humble computer is now an extension of any person’s brain, from the written word put together in a stroke of inspiration to photos taken in a fleeting moment. They are private and for your perusal. Our products make sure your life’s repository does not succumb to the tactics of corporations and governments.
For the people hustling in the backroom to the ones in international boardrooms, every bit of info count, and every action has a ripple effect. Our devices let you make your moves in peace, letting your decision making be the only variable you need to worry about.
Information flows in abundance and varying directions in a large organisation. Checks and balances for information security only go so far. Our devices make it so that anyone prying into your organisation’s data structure would have better luck drinking the ocean with a straw.Learn more
Let's hear what our happy clients have to say about our service
Ncrypt has provided significant support and expertise to my projects in assessing and determining the right secure communications, OpSec tools for frontline journalists operating in repressive environments, where data leakages often lead to the arrest and deaths of both sources and journalists.Nick Chesterfield (Coordinating Editor WestPapuaMedia)
I entrusted Ncrypt with my phone because, among other things, they employ a security-hardened version of Android and retain the purity of the 'Nix philosophy of simplicity and less is more.
I have know the NCrypt team for almost 3 years now and they are absolute champions, the guys from NCrypt are always available, keeping me informed on what's new in the world of privacy and sharing information that isn't public.Andrew Constantine (CIO Cyber Security)
May 30, 2020
The pitfalls and perils of surveillance apathyRight now, at this very moment, several privacy-minded individuals around Australia are having the same conversation with their grandmother. “Nan, you realise that they are monitoring every single thing you do and tracking everywhere you go, every single minute of every day?”
Apr 29, 2020
Here’s what you need to know about the controversial coronavirus tracing applicationOn Sunday 26 April, the federal government rolled out a mobile application in an endeavour to further reduce the spread of COVID-19. Available on both Google Play and Apple’s App Store, COVIDSafe aims to assist health officials in identifying people who may have come into contact with those infected with the virus.
Mar 27, 2020
What is ‘social cooling’ and should we be worried about it?If you’ve ever caught an episode of Survivor or Big Brother, you’d quickly realise that the label ‘reality television’, well kinda unrealistic. Yes, contestants are often left to their own devices and many of their responses to the social set-ups are authentic(ish) – but it takes an extreme event (such as a man falling into the fire and losing layers of skin from his hands) for the pretenses created by a filmed production to disappear...
Mar 13, 2020
Security and connectivity should never be mutually exclusive Let’s say you were deep into the process of purchasing your first house. Both you and your partner are all abuzz with anticipation, imagining all of the memories to come between its freshly painted walls. Your home will be a safe, secure place for the children you plan to raise, the pets you plan to adopt and the life you plan to live. Then, just as you’re about to sign the papers, the real estate agent informs you of a new feder...
Mar 08, 2020
How Australia’s big brother transformed into Big Brother Tracking the erosion of personal privacy in the United States isn’t as difficult as you’d think. While we could go back decades, let’s simply start at the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and move forward through time.
Feb 29, 2020
Just like ‘sheep’ or ‘sheeple’ the term ‘user’ is used to herd, control and insult you.
Feb 21, 2020
The tech giant’s true face has been revealed and it’s not pretty. We’re only finding out now, but roughly two years ago, Apple performed a sudden 180-degree turn on its plans to fully encrypt iCloud backups, in order to give government entities easier access to user data.
Feb 15, 2020
Jeff Bezos lassoed into the average user’s leaky shoes. What do multiple breaches of the richest man on earth’s personal phone mean for us?
Feb 02, 2020
Australian agencies continue to invest in irrelevant technologies Remember LaserDiscs? That oversized frisbee of a disc that was set to take over A/V in the home during the 1980s, but was a bit too cumbersome and is now way too dated in both audio and visual quality to make any kind of a resurgence? Yes, that one. If anyone is still spending their weekends tracking down the last remaining LaserDisc copy of Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, then the Australian government would love to g...