When you thought encryption, it was a smart device.
But now, the company behind it is introducing a new product that lets users encrypt their data without leaving their homes.
And when you think encrypting data without being seen, it’s a new way to control your digital life.
Read moreThe smart devices, called Encryption and Data Transmission (EDT), work in a similar way to Apple’s HomeKit system, but are built to work in conjunction with other devices.
That means, for instance, you can connect your smart TV to a phone and use the TV to open the Netflix app.
With EDT, the TV will show a list of apps that are currently open on the TV.
If you plug in an iPhone or iPad to the EDT system, you’ll be able to open Netflix or YouTube.
When you plug it in to a desktop computer or laptop, it’ll show you the apps you want to open.
If you plug the ECT into your phone or tablet, you get a list with all the apps that you can open.
Once you have the apps, the EMT will encrypt them on the EDR (Electronic Data Transfer) port on your device.
The encrypted data is then sent to a cloud server where it’s stored until you’re done with it.
Once you have a clean slate, you don’t need to use the EMD to open your app again.
It’s also not limited to apps.
The EMT can work with apps on any iOS device, Android, or Windows phone.
When your EDT device is connected to the Internet, you’re also able to encrypt your data on the other end.
In a nutshell, you plug your EMT into the ESD port on the device, open the app on your smartphone, and the data is encrypted by the EDE (Electrical Device Encryption) system on the phone or laptop.
When the data goes out, the device will reconnect to the network and the encryption process will begin.
After the data has been encrypted, it is stored in a cloud on the home server and can be accessed from anywhere.
Once encrypted, the data will no longer be available to be decrypted.
When the devices become a necessity to your life, they are designed to work well in combination with other apps and devices.
They’re not only great for your home but they are also great for keeping your data safe, too.
They work with iOS, Android and Windows phones and tablets.