Your Privacy
Is Everything to Us

Statement from Our CEO and Founder

Commitment to Securing a Fundamental Human Right

Privacy is the right to the self. It is the foundation of free speech. To a large extent, it is what makes us human.

That’s why we, humans, went to great lengths to protect it. And we crafted documents such as the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the US Constitution, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU, etc. There is a good reason for that. It is because we need our own domain – property, identity, secrets, thoughts – secured.

However, we are on the verge of a world where privacy doesn’t exist. Right now, technology is a double-edged sword. Sure, it connects us wherever we may roam, and it makes our lives easier. But it can also be used to monitor our every move, record our every word, and transmits our every message. NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden once said that a child born today might grow up without the concept of privacy.

Don't forget, smartphones, wearables, virtual assistants – none of them were built with security in mind. Not to mention that today recruiting these gadgets for surveillance purposes is within the capabilities of anyone. From government agencies and international corporations to petty cybercriminals. That’s scary.

But there is a way out.

For us at Secure Group, it starts with technology and continues with education. Knowledge of how communications work, today’s cyber threats and the ways to protect ourselves. And finally, it comes down to giving people the right tools to communicate freely, and what is more – exercise control over their privacy.

This is why I started Secure Group. To provide easy-to-use, reliable and unbreakable secure communication solutions that grant users total control. Our services provide end-to-end encryption over peer-to-peer channels. We designed them to keep the mobile correspondence between two parties private and inaccessible to attackers, and to us, the service provider. In addition, we educate people about the implications of using specific technologies. In other words, help them make informed decisions about their mobile security.

We put privacy in the palm of your hand.

Dominic Gingras CEO of Secure Group
Approach

Our Approach to Privacy

At Secure Group, we protect the privacy of our users by first protecting them from ourselves. To do that, our engineers designed Secure Group's solutions with the strongest encryption protocols, using keys which are generated and stored only on the users’ devices. This has made user communication impossible to intercept by anyone. Including us. Even if we wanted to read the messages that go through our servers, we wouldn’t be able to. They are always encrypted.

  • Strong end-to-end encryption
  • No access to user communications
  • No copies of messages stored by Secure Group
  • No backdoors
Manage

Manage Your Privacy

For us, privacy protection isn’t just about barricading your digital domain with strong encryption. It is also about empowering you to make the right choices. Secure Group gives users complete control over their privacy. Our products are highly customizable via an MDM system, feature-rich, and compatible with equivalent platforms of other providers. We give you the tools, you decide what to do with them.

  • Various features providing extra layers of security
  • Granular management of Secure Phone via MDM
  • Compatibility with equivalent services
  • Open network without domain blacklists or whitelists
Government

Government Information Requests

We believe in transparency. If and when a government requests user information from Secure Group, the company's legal team reviews the request to see if it has a valid legal basis. Secure Group will cooperate with government authorities in accordance with the Bulgarian jurisdiction. But most of all, we won't be able to cooperate much, because we don't have anything on our servers to show. We don’t store messages, and the ones passing through our infrastructure are encrypted. Also, our software doesn’t feature any encryption backdoors that could allow us to bypass security.