Whatever personal identification information you carry is locked up in The Vault’s own memory, protected by a password, so even if you lose your BlackBerry , your personal information remains private.
Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) July 20, 2012
Identity theft is a reality. The Vault, a new Blackberry app from JaredCo, is here to prevent it.
The new app for Blackberry allows users to create hyper-encrypted pictures of their driver’s licenses, credit cards, insurance and hospital cards—any sensitive information that can get lost with a wallet or purse.
According to a 2012 Javelin Strategy & Research Report Survey, identity theft was up 13 percent in 2011.
Anyone can access key information stored in the Blackberry picture file. Not information stored in The Vault. Stored an app memory and password-protected, lost information can be replaced and damage can be minimized.
Users can easily notify credit card companies that cards are missing. Insurance cards and driver’s licenses can be shown via snapshot. Save confidential documents, photos, passwords and websites in The Vault.
“Whatever personal identification information you carry is locked up in The Vault’s own memory, protected by a password, so even if you lose your BlackBerry , your personal information remains private,” said Jared Company founder and CEO Steve Kader. “Close your credit card account in minutes, swap out the passkey code at work and put alerts on all banking activity before your identity is spread globally – and it will be if you don’t take care.”
Other key features of The Vault that make it the best, most-secure identity-theft protection app available:
•Users don’t need to type in credit card numbers, possibly making mistakes. Simply snap a front and back photo to securely store all information and telephone numbers to notify the bank, credit card issuers, your employer and other key people that your personal information is compromised.
•The stored data can’t be hacked, scanned or compromised.
•The Vault auto-locks after 45 seconds of inactivity in case the app is accidently left open.
•The Vault is impenetrable, with no sending or receiving options to comprise security. There is no way to intercept sensitive data stored in The Vault.
•JaredCo employs proprietary features that prevent information stored in The Vault from being copied to the BlackBerry picture file system. The Vault images are never written to system files. They go straight to The Vault.
The Vault is available in Blackberry App World now for 99 cents.
About Jared Company
Since its founding in 2009, The Jared Company, based in Montreal, has gained recognition for developing the most powerful mobile apps in the industry. The company designs, builds and supports an extensive portfolio of apps, many of them free, that improve the functionality and power of smartphones and increase users’ productivity, safety and connectivity. For more information, visit http://www.jaredcompany.com.