The Problem: Your Employees Are Sending Sensitive Information
84% Of Employees Send Sensitive Company Information By Slack & Email.
This Sensitive Information Is Now Stored On Their Phones And Laptops... In Clear Text.
See The Problem?
... And They're Doing It From Their Own Phones & Laptops
70% Of Employees Use A Personal Device To Access Company Data.
A Quick Search For The Word "Password" In Their Mail Or Slack Accounts Can Reveal Some "Interesting" Information.
A Loss Or Theft Of A Personal Device Is The Leading Cause Of A Data Breach.
The Solution: Self-Destructing Messaging
- Self-destruct message after a number of views or a period of time
- Optional: set an access password, set up alerts
- Shred is available For: Slack, Outlook, Chrome & Firefox. An API is also available.
- Coming soon: a mobile app
Easy To Use
- Shred works with a single click or keystroke
- Easy installation
Send to Anyone
- Your recipient doesn't need to have any of Shred's plugins installed
- All information is encrypted using some of the most advanced encryption standards
- User your own domain name, or even a private server inside your network.
Shred is available for multiple platforms:
Create A Self-Destructing Message
You can create a self-destructing message right from your browser.
Slack: /Shred Command
Shred is available for Slack using the command /shred. Using /shred will generate a self-destructing link containing your sensitive information. You can then send
the generated link via Slack (or any other means) and keep the sensitive information out of your Slack accounts and Slack logs.
Some usage examples:
- /shred Some-Text
Will create a message that will self-destruct after 1 view (default behavior).
- /shred -x 5 minutes Some-Text
Will create a message that will self-destruct after 5 minutes.
- /shred -x 2 views -p PassWord Some-Text
Will create a message that will self-destruct after 2 views, protected with password "PassWord".
Shred's Outlook Add-In lets you highlight a certain text in your email and create a self-destructing link containing it, keeping that sensitive information out of your
Like with the other Shred plugins, you can set the link to expire after a certain number of views or a certain period of time. You can also set an access passowrd for added
security and get access reports by email.
Chrome / Firefox Extensions
Shred is also available as a Chrome Extension and a Firefox Add-On. The demo video shows how to use Shred when composing an email on gmail.com.
Unlike the other plugin, the Browser Extensions require you to enter the sensitive text inside the plugin's window, instead of highlighting it.
Shred's API allows for programmatic access to Shred's core functions such as generating and viewing links. Using Shred's API you can design your applications to be more secure
when handling sensitive information such as passwords and user information.
Contact us for our API documentation.