Clearly, you are visiting us today because you are one of a growing number of astute individuals who are concerned about the security and privacy of their electronic communications.  

You have likely taken measures to protect the data stored on your personal devices, but once you begin transmitting information electronically, you become susceptible to a number of security risk factors, such as:

  • hackers, thieves and competitors who want to intercept your valuable information
  • unreliable and/or unethical mobile service providers who jeopardize your right to privacy
  • vulnerable technologies that leave your data exposed

When we communicate using our mobile devices, our voice and text messages can be intercepted during transit through cellular networks and servers. Those messages may also be recorded or stored for a period of time – not only on our own devices, but on external relay servers as well. Even if those messages are eventually deleted, they still remain susceptible to data recovery techniques.

For individuals like you who demand control of their own privacy, a number of security options exist. Many personal security providers boast that their technology is equivalent to corporations and militaries, but be wary that even these defenses may provide a limited level of protection. Many of these providers use PGP encryption, a common but aging method. That’s why GlobalSecured uses ECC 521-bit, a superior encryption technology that exceeds the shortcomings of PGP. Please review the brief comparison below:

ECC 521-bit PGP
Encrypts the entire message, including:
• Message subject (256 AES Encryption)
• Sender and Recipient data
• Message body (521-bit ECC)
Only encrypts the message body (256 AES for message encryption and 4096-bit RSA for key encryption)
Does not encrypt subject or sender/recipient usernames and email information

2048 SSL encryption for encrypted data exchange between device and server Data exchange between device and server is not encrypted
GlobalSecured is impervious to brute force attacks Software and hardware are vulnerable to brute force
Private keys are created by the user directly on the device, no one else is given access to them Private keys are created by the service provider before being uploaded to the user’s device
Contact list is encrypted and contained within the GlobalSecured app, accessed only by password
Contact list is not encrypted and remains exposed
Message self-destruction allows user to specify a length of time before communications are automatically deleted from both the user’s device and the recipient’s Message self-destruction is not available
Duress Password allows user to instantly and secretly erase all data from the app
Duress Password is not available
Additional data protection allows the user to encrypt information such as photo attachments, voice and text notes using 521-bit ECC No encryption available for photos or notes
GS uses ECC 521 which is equivalent to 15,360 -bit RSA keys (Theoreticaly 5 x 10‎^32 times more encrypted than PGP) PGP uses 4,096-bit RSA keys


Encryption Comparison

ECC Curve25519
3,072-bit RSA Key equivalent  
[secured at container level]

4,096-bit RSA Keys 
[not secured at any level]

ECC 521-bit
15,360-bit RSA Key equivalent 
[secured at root and container level]

Theoretically ECC 521-bit is (5x10^32) more encrypted than PGP, and even more than that versus ECC Curve25519

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