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Nomx debuts secure communications device at ISC West trade show
ARLINGTON, Va., April 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- nomx ®, developer of the world's most secure email communications device, debuted its first generation hardware this week at booth #17135 during the Internet Security Conference West trade show, the largest security event in the US.
The response from the security market was phenomenal. "When we launched nomx, we received requests for orders within minutes," said Will Donaldson, cybersecurity expert and founder of nomx. "Our customers know that our devices can protect their information and their clients' information better than any cloud-based services which are vulnerable to hackers and exploits."
The ISC West show is located in Las Vegas, NV at the Sands Expo Center from April 6-8. The patent-pending nomx protocol provides private e-mail communication services through a platform agnostic protocol, allowing users to transmit and receive communications using traditional email or messaging clients.
"The recent high-profile email hacks on government officials and large organizations underscore the absolute need for the nomx protocol device to provide privacy and security. Our mission is to provide consumers and companies with an easy way to secure their private online communications," said Donaldson. "We looked forward to releasing nomx at ISC West and providing consumers and enterprises with an absolute way to secure their private communications."
Traditional digital communications are built on a nearly fifty-year-old architecture with several key vulnerabilities. These flaws are known as TRACES, which stand for transmission, routing, acceptance, communication header data, encryption, and storage of users' data. Unlike other email security applications which claim to be secure, the patent-pending nomx devices alleviate TRACES vulnerabilities from third parties by providing all the necessary technical components and requirements within the device itself, eliminating hackers' ability to exploit traditional vulnerabilities. Additionally, nomx is the only secure protocol that is reverse-compatible with legacy email systems, such as AOL and G-mail.