We live in a world where 76% of excutives believe a cyber breach is inevitable. So is this just how it's going to be? Are we surrending to cyber criminals?
Wire has been carefully selected by over 550 Enterprises up to date – for its security, usability and advanced feature set. Yet, we are often competing with "shadow IT" – from politicians using Telegram or Signal to global organizations like Continental banning WhatsApp. Even in this competitive landscape, Wire comes out on top.
Wire by EY offers a new secure solution for the sensitive information. Unique in its apporach - combining the most trusted company with the most secure collaboration.
Whether it’s the ever-present threat of cyber-attacks or the need to meet your data privacy obligations under GDPR, organizations are under growing pressure to protect their infrastructure and data.
EY France launches Wire by EY, the world’s most secure collaboration platform for work to secure communications with its clients in the face of rising geopolitical tensions and increased cyber threats.
As the executive team reviews productivity, profitability and collaboration in the organization, email is at the center point of most interactions. But is it the right choice for the future ?
Setting a Status now influences your global settings for notications.
As Slack's DPO cements collaborative working as the future of work, some may ask what the the next big wave is? At Wire we belive that Fortune 1000 organizations are still to reap the benefits of collaboration and that security plays a bigger and bigger role.
Organizations are constantly making the business case for new initiatives to combat the rising threat of cybercrime. We have tried to assemble a set of facts that address various aspects of the decision process.
In the last months we have released a few things we know you’ll love.
Delivering a fast-paced and secure platform to please the workforce and allow the sharing of sensitive company information.
By the end of this month, the EU Parliament will have to vote on the proposed Copyright Directive. Two articles in this directive - Articles 11 and 13 - will seriously jeopardize the success of businesses in the EU.
Germany’s “Wigger Fenster und Fassaden GmbH” leading the way for mobile field services and construction companies.