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SaltDNA named as one of the UK's Most Promising CyberSecurity Startups

SaltDNA are delighted to be named as one of the most promising UK CyberSecurity Startups by Techworld. SaltDNA's inclusion in this latest Techworld article follows their previous inclusion in the list of 'Best Secure Mobile Messaging Apps 2017' by the same publication.

SaltDNA have been in the news a lot recently - their inclusion as a finalist for the upcoming Legal Innovation Awards, being shortlisted for the Regional Bank of Ireland Startup Awards and now being named as one of the UK's most promising cybersecurity startups. All of this on the back of an extremely successful Q1.

"2017 has already been a great year for SaltDNA with revenues to date in excess of full year 2016. Techworld are further validating what customers and partners are telling us, namely, that we are highly differentiated in the enterprise secure communications market," said John Bailie, Marketing Manager at SaltDNA. "Today, more than ever before, the security of mobile communications in the global business environment is paramount. That's why SaltDNA is built with the features & technology to keep our clients' communications private and compliant."

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About SaltDNA

SaltDNA provides a fully enterprise-managed software solution that enables absolute privacy in mobile communications. It is easy to deploy and uses multi-layered encryption techniques to meet the highest of security standards. The SaltDNA Desktop and Mobile apps are intuitive and easy to install and use. The SaltDNA Communication Manager provides a console for tight management of users and can be configured for the management of regulatory (i.e. FINRA, HIPAA and MiFID) compliance. SaltDNA is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Belfast, UK, and is funded by Accomplice (formerly Atlas Venture) and Stonehammer Capital.