Signing on to protect the internet

This week we joined nearly 200 other organizations, companies, and individuals in signing an open letter to the world's governments calling for them to protect the integrity of online security, and to not undermine it by weakening, limiting, or backdooring encryption.

Simply Secure has written before about the importance of this issue before, both on our blog and elsewhere. We believe that all people should have access to strong privacy-preserving technologies, and that efforts to compromise encryption in the name of fighting terrorism will only backfire.

If you agree with us, we encourage you to sign the letter as well.

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A message to our community: save internet freedom tech

Our request to Congress to continue the fight to protect internet freedom worldwide - and how you can help.

Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021

2020 was certainly different and harder than we all anticipated. Despite the challenges that 2020 brought, the team at Simply Secure did some amazing work, while also taking time to reflect and grow. We couldn’t have done this without support, collaboration, and solidarity from our community.

Simply Secure's Growing Team

Happy Spring! Like so much in the northern hemisphere, our blog and Twitter stream have been largely dormant for a while – but we’ve been behind the scenes getting ready for a season of tremendous growth. Since we announced Simply Secure in the fall, we’ve become formally established as a legal entity, interviewed and hired an exceptional staff, and fleshed out our plans for partnering with open-source organizations to make secure-communication tools more usable.