With WhatsApp in the news for a security breach, do you trust messaging platforms with your data?

With WhatsApp in the news for a security breach, do you trust messaging platforms with your data?

We chat to the YEO Messaging co-founders, Alan Jones and Sarah Norford-Jones, as they give us a platform you can trust.
We are joined by the YEO Messaging co-founding team of Alan Jones and Sarah Norford-Jones, as they talk about the need for a secure messaging platform you can trust, and why YEO (Your Eyes Only) are the solution. We also discuss 'Black Friday' and the level of consumer searches for deals online amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis. Megan Boyle of the Audit Lab shares her thoughts whilst David and Akeesh provide their own take.


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