GENEVA, October 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Adeya, the Swiss mobile communication security company, is attending ITU Telecom World 2011, the world gathering of industry and government leaders to discuss the future of communications.
The mandate for the gathering is "to create a manifesto for change" - and one change that is clearly vital is to ensure that our data and conversations are shared only with the people we want them to be. Despite an increasingly connected world, we can only achieve the great potential of communications technology if we can trust it not to make us vulnerable to criminals, hackers and spies. The word "Adeya" means "freedom from fear;" Adeya's mission is to preserve trust in mobile communications by providing strong, secure, easy-to-use encryption.
Mr. Bolchanine, accompanied by Alexander Harbaugh, Adeya's COO, will be at ITU World Telecom, where he will present details of the Adeya for Voice™ and Adeya for Data™ solutions that are already in use by governments and global corporations. On 26th October at 11:00 am Geneva time, Adeya will hold a press conference at the media center to announce a significant extension to its technical solutions. This will also be an opportunity to discuss the state of mobile security in general - and, in the spirit of ITU Telecom World, to "Do Good."
Adeya is an independent Swiss company safeguarding business, banking, and government communications. Based near Geneva, Adeya combines software experts, telecoms engineers, and ex-law enforcement officers with high-level experience in data and financial security. In business since 2007, its roots are in systems security for Swiss banks and multinational companies.
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