With governments, regulators and police releasing warnings about the increasing regularity of phishing scams and email interception, the Islands’ business community is increasingly conscious of the heightened data security risks accompanying these uncertain times.
Lee Bosio, Managing Director at Vaiie highlights, “As more employees are working remotely amidst the Covid-19 outbreak, we recognise the critical nature of keeping business flowing, without compromising on the requirement to keep data secure and locked down.”
Any organisation, in any industry, whether sharing documents with colleagues or clients, can benefit from a secure sharing platform that is easily accessible via a web browser. Vaiie and Safelink’s business portal gives businesses an ‘on-brand’, online site with 500MB of free storage for three months which allows secure B2B and B2C exchanges such as the transfer of large files, document sharing, digitally signing documents and sending secure emails. All data remains in Jersey and Guernsey.
Harry Boxall, Director at Safelink said, “We recognise that there will be some difficult weeks and months to come for our business community. We are pleased to be able to offer some level of help and support in the form of a free offering so that no-one’s data is compromised. We are pleased to be working with Vaiie to bring this secure portal to the business community together.”
Any organisations wishing to apply for a secure portal should visit www.vaiie.com/safelink and complete the registration form. Once submitted, the team will be in touch within 24 hours to set you up with your secure portal. It is simple to get started but, to further support clients to get up and running, training through videos, guides, and an introductory webinar is also available.