Wickr Enterprise: Unrivaled Data Protection, Business Collaboration & Regulatory Compliance

Wickr Enterprise: Unrivaled Data Protection, Business Collaboration & Regulatory Compliance

Wickr Enterprise is engineered to meet any record retention, auditing, and data security requirements for regulated industries. It is specifically designed to enable organizations to enforce transparency and accountability in compliance with statutory data retention standards (i.e. FINRA, PRA, FRA, FOIA) while ensuring maximum security of high-target communications.

The Business of Keeping Promises

The Business of Keeping Promises

Wickr announces our Customer Security Promises program designed to offer utmost transparency about how we build and test the platform against key security promises we make to our users. With that, we aim to provide customers with the ability to assess our performance towards the security and privacy standards that form the foundations of trust.

Wickr Just Made It Easier to Keep Snoops Out of Your Next Conference Call

Wickr Just Made It Easier to Keep Snoops Out of Your Next Conference Call

Wickr stand out from other secure messaging apps like Signal and WhatsApp, which have yet to roll out encrypted group calls. “With this update, we’re making it easy to use strong vetted encryption and ephemerality for anyone—for personal or business conversations, so there is no more reason to jump to insecure apps to make a phone call or leave a message,” Wickr CEO Joel Wallenstrom wrote in a blog post.

Extending privacy to voice across the entire Wickr platform 

Extending privacy to voice across the entire Wickr platform 

Encrypted calling is coming to millions of Wickr Me users, along with private voice messages next to be followed by screenshot detection for iOS and Android across all apps. Today, we’re making it easy to use strong vetted encryption and ephemerality for anyone — for personal or business conversations, so there is no more reason to jump to insecure apps to make a phone call or leave a message.

Your Privacy, Off by Default

Your Privacy, Off by Default

While consumers often give up too much of their information in exchange for free services, by and large these concessions are made by uninformed users who have no real recourse if things go badly and their privacy is compromised. Privacy settings should not be too difficult to locate and turned on. It is time to empower user to have more control over their information, not less. 

Encouraging Responsible Use of Encryption

Encouraging Responsible Use of Encryption

We have zero tolerance for anyone attempting to exploit our technology to conduct criminal activities. We take our responsibility to our community seriously and go to great lengths to assist law enforcement while protecting legitimate privacy interests of law abiding citizens. We aim to strike a balance between information security, the needs of law enforcement, and the right to privacy. It is no easy task, but we are committed to getting it right

Congressional emails could be the next target for hacks, time to bolster defenses

Congressional emails could be the next target for hacks, time to bolster defenses

In recognition of the risks facing our political institutions following the 2016 election breaches, the Senate’s Sergeant at Arms also approved and explicitly recommended the use of specific encrypted messaging apps for Senate use. Now is the time to leverage these tools to scale the protection to every elected official and their staff.

Wickr Me: We’re Accessible in Iran

In an effort to enable private communications for the most vulnerable communities around the world, Wickr has opened access to its free private messenger Wickr Me for Iranian users. We have long worked with human rights activist and journalist communities in high-risk environments and know firsthand how important it is for civil society to have tools that enable strong default rather than opt-in end-to-end privacy.