Idendego

Alena Pastuch, CEO of Idendego Inc., Stresses the Importance of Encryption

Press Release   •   Feb 01, 2010 23:45 EST

Regina, SK - A large amount of time online involves sending others personal information. Ordering something over the Internet, whether it's a book, a DVD or anything else from an online vendor, or signing up for an online account, requires a transfer of sensitive personal information. A typical transaction might include names, email addresses and physical addresses, phone numbers, as well as passwords and personal identification numbers (PINs). The incredible growth of the Internet has excited businesses and consumers alike with its promise of changing the way we live and work. It's extremely easy to buy and sell goods all over the world while sitting in front of a computer. However, security is a major concern on the Internet, especially when using it to send sensitive information between parties.

Encryption simply makes it harder for people to gain access to important information, like passwords or sensitive information in a file. "The technology industry hailed the coming of the social network as the next step in the evolution of the internet, and it truly is. But as we spend more time on our computers in the office and even when we get home, we expose ourselves to more and more threats, more than we could handle", says Idendego CEO Alena Pastuch.

Encryption technology is very complex and requires deep technical knowledge to be implemented properly. Encryption of files protects the data that is written to the hard disk on the computer from fraudulent uses. This information protection is vital in the event of theft of the computer itself or if an attacker illegally breaks into the system.

About Idendego Inc.

Idendego Inc. is committed to the development and marketing of state-of-the-art digital ID protection software for personal and business applications, including mobile phone programs designed to keep track of children and business software designed to protect against online ID theft. Headed up by CEO Alena Marie Pastuch, Idendego is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.


Idendego Inc. is committed to the development and marketing of state-of-the-art digital ID protection software for personal and business applications, including mobile phone programs designed to keep track of children and business software designed to protect against online ID theft. Headed up by CEO Alena Marie Pastuch, Idendego is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.