A security review undertaken by Rubber Dragon sees VTE (voice to ear) technology as the most secure information exchange mechanism currently available.
In light of recent security breaches in the UK, including phone hacking, infiltration of organisations by the secret police and document leakages, VTE provides an easy, low tech, secure and affordable method of communication.
The added benefit of VTE is that it brings people closer together, in addition to message content transmission, use of VTE by it’s very nature includes additional sensory perceptions such as sight, atmosphere, touch and smell, all these senses add to the strength and power of the message, enabling users to transmit far more information than they could normally send through use of digital technologies.
Rubber Dragon are comfortable with continued use of the mobile phone and internet communications, “we are an open organisation, we don’t really deal with secret information, we generally work on small local projects” claims Chris the Managing Director, but for big corporates running dodgy deals such as BAE Systems who recently accepted guilt in a multi billion bribary scandal, VTE presents obvious benefits – no paper trail and no digital copies.
VTE a Solution to Document Leaks
VTE overcomes document leaks such as the recent release of the US Embassy Cables by Wikileaks and The Palestine Papers by Al Jazeera, because with VTE there are no documents. If you have information that you really don’t want anyone else to know about, if it’s really secret, don’t use email and don’t use mobile, it’s as simple as that.
Of course there are significant downsides, VTE doesn’t work over large distances, even a few feet between voice and ear can result in security breaches. Voice to ear is best performed close up, added security measures include covering the lips (to prevent lip reading from distance) and implementation of background sound, dance music like the new hit from Miley Cyrus, Who Owns My Heart, is it Love or is it Art?
Voice to Ear Market Opportunities
Let’s face it, VTE is free for everyone to use and doesn’t offer any market opportunities for the big players in the security industry, indeed they’d prefer and can continue to expect the digital communications market to keep on expanding.
Meanwhile, at Rubber Dragon our services include social networking, guerilla marketing and online promotion services.