A small startup called Confide updated its app Wednesday to let businessmen and businesswomen share sensitive information that never gets discovered again.
Confide is letting users attach content from a variety of services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and One Drive. You will also be able to attach Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, PDFs and Power Points.
Brod said Confide’s current version is used in over 130 countries and is available in 17 languages, PCWorld reported.
“This is truly a need, not just with respect to countries and territories but industries,” he added. “The effects of the Sony hacks are such that there are executives in boardrooms around the world rethinking their digital communication strategies.”
Brod added that the company is also working on a premium version with additional business-centered features, as well as a desktop version to be released later this year.