Element provides critical national infrastructure with secure and resilient real time communication across their entire ecosystem to protect against external threats, improve productivity and ensure compliance.
In an increasingly volatile world, critical national infrastructure (CNI) and utilities providers need to ensure secure and resilient real time communication. Element protects against cyberattacks, and ensures reliable mission critical communication during natural or malicious disasters.
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Element is a modern alternative for secure and resilient communications that combines the best of email, traditional collaboration tools and messaging apps.
It is based on a decentralised open standard that delivers data sovereignty, outstanding network resilience and easy connectivity between multiple organisations. The entire platform is end-to-end encrypted, including voice and video.
The entire Element platform is end-to-end encrypted by default - including voice, video, messages and attachments. Third parties are unable to view data even if a server or network is compromised.
Organisations choose where and how to host their Element deployment, ensuring they retain complete ownership and control of their data. It eliminates the dangers of data mining, routine surveillance and the threat of vendor-side malicious insiders.
Element provides resilient real time communications as it is based on Matrix, an open network for secure decentralised communications.
Being decentralised there is no central point of control within the network. If one server goes down, other servers on the network can continue to send/receive messages.
It ensures robust and resilient communications, built on the self-healing properties of the internet.
Utilities companies typically have a distributed workforce, and complex supply chain ecosystems. Messages need to be trusted and shared securely between internal teams, external suppliers, regulators, even members of the public.
Element can support closed federation of servers with restricting access to only trusted parties.
Secure border gateways can enforce rules-based networking, and support air-gapped networks
Cross domain gateways provide a hardware solution which further ensures data can be trusted as it passes from low to high side networks.
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Matrix is an open network for secure, decentralised communication, connecting 80M+ users over 80K+ deployments.