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Honesty. Integrity. InfoTECH.

It seems as though every week there is a new revelation of what our National Security Agency (NSA) has been doing under the guise of protecting us from harm. They have used deception and outright dishonesty to covertly read our emails, log our phone calls, and collect our texts. Much to our horror, even two years since the Snowden Revelations, new information is still being released to the general public.
Just this month we have received more information that the NSA may have been taking advantage of a man-in-the-middle attack named “Logjam,” which can intentionally weaken encryption with an older, weaker key-exchange method. This could potentially allow the NSA to then more-easily break the encryption. There is speculation in the security sector that the NSA might have been doing this for years, instead of reporting the weakness so it could be mitigated.
As a company, we do not condone this kind of behavior. We are taking a stand with multiple other companies across the nation and demand honesty and integrity from our government; The same kind of honesty and integrity that we demand of ourselves.
We believe your information belongs to you and we are here to help you protect it. We promise to always conduct business with the utmost integrity, honesty, and transparency. We will never abuse our power or break your trust.
This is our culture. This is InfoTECH.