GlobeX Data Prepares Launch of Swiss Hosted Encrypted PrivaTalk Messenger To Counter WhatsApp Privacy Breaches

July 10, 2020 in Company news

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / June 8 2020GlobeX Data Ltd. (OTCQB:SWISF) (CSE:SWIS) (“GlobeX” or the “Company”), the leader in Swiss hosted cyber security and Internet privacy solutions for secure data management and secure communications, is pleased to announce that it is in the final stages of its PrivaTalk Messenger launch, the Company’s Swiss hosted encrypted and private instant messaging application for all devices on web and mobile devices.

In light of what has been happening recently with all the data breaches in messaging applications and in particular in the WhatsApp application, and the need for more secure and private messaging and secure communication solutions, GlobeX Data has decided to fast track the launch of its PrivaTalk Messenger to the market for everyone to purchase. Until recently, the service was only available to the Company’s large distributors and government clients.

PrivaTalk Messenger or “PTM”, is the Company’s Swiss hosted secure communications suite, which includes encrypted messaging with self-destruct timer and the Company’s encrypted email service called Custodia. Custodia is a secure email with proprietary SecureSend and SecureReply anti-phishing and privacy technology. SecureSend lets a user send an email to any other recipient in full privacy and security as the email never leaves Custodia’s encrypted email servers based in Switzerland. The recipient can then click on the notification and reply in the same SecureSend manner, called SecureReply, without the recipient having to purchase PrivaTalk Messenger or Custodia. This process is revolutionary as no information is traveling on the open internet and the privacy and security of both the sender and recipient are guaranteed. A sender can also add a password protection, a limit on the reads by the recipient and a self-destruct timer for each email sent. This is also a guarantee to eliminate BEC attacks for businesses and email phishing attacks.

One of the many Privacy and security features of PrivaTalk Messenger is that the user does not register with their phone number, eliminated a huge loophole in security and privacy. Just recently, according to an article written by Lindsey O’Donnell and posted on the website on June 5 2020, it was disclosed that WhatsApp phone numbers and users were searchable on Google, creating a massive security and privacy breach. Earlier in the year, an article was written about a similar flaw affecting all businesses, NGOs, UN and non-profit organizations, where WhatsApp Group members were also compromised and searchable in a reverse engineering trick done on Google. Many articles have been published in the last year discussing the many hacks and flaws of the traditional model used by all other messaging applications and WhatsApp in particular.

PrivaTalk Messenger eliminates many of the privacy and security risks by not only not requiring a phone number, which would divulge a user’s phone device ID, but also by not social engineering a user’s phone or computer contact list and infecting the contacts by default as well. PrivaTalk Messenger issues each user a username and a PTM number. The PTM number is the contact ID a user would disclose in order for other PTM users to be added. The service comes with a self-destruct timer and other features as well, including GlobeX’s proprietary VirtualVaults and HeliX technologies with all data stored in Swiss hosted encrypted servers.

The Company plans to offer PrivaTalk Messenger by July 4th 2020 for an introductory price of under USD 10/month/user and will include 100GB of email and message storage as well. Further information will be released at the time of the actual launch. GlobeX Data plans to offer PTM as a secure and private alternative mostly for business users, however, it has already received interest from consumers as well. The service will be available for purchase at

GlobeX’s Data privacy solutions are all hosted in Switzerland, protecting users’ data from any outside data intrusion requests. In Switzerland, the right to privacy is guaranteed in article 13 of the Swiss Federal Constitution. The Federal Act on Data Protection (“FADP”) of 19 June 1992 (in force since 1993) has set up a strict protection of privacy by prohibiting virtually any processing of personal data which is not expressly authorized by the data subjects. The protection is subject to the authority of the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner.

Under Swiss federal law, it is a crime to publish information based on leaked “secret official discussions.” In 2010 the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland found that IP addresses are personal information and that under Swiss privacy laws they may not be used to track Internet usage without the knowledge of the individuals involved.

About GlobeX Data Ltd.

GlobeX Data Ltd. is a Cybersecurity and Internet privacy provider of Swiss hosted solutions for secure data management and secure communications. The Company distributes a suite of secure cloud-based storage, disaster recovery, document management, encrypted e-mails, and secure communication tools. GlobeX Data Ltd. sells its products through its approved wholesalers and distributors, and telecommunications companies worldwide. GlobeX Data Ltd. serves consumers, businesses and governments worldwide.

On behalf of Management


Alain Ghiai
President and Chief Executive Officer

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SOURCE: GlobeX Data Ltd.

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