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Why Rvoke?

What it is?

Rvoke is a cross-platform (iOS and Android) app for you to reduce your digital footprint and take control of your personal data.

Protect yourself from data exploitation

Data misuse and breaches are out of control. As customers, clients and consumers we have no idea how many companies have our personal data. With credentials being bought and sold on the dark web for large amounts of money, significant breaches – often in the millions, and sometimes including card data – seem to be more and more commonplace.

Regain control of YOUR personal data

Up until now, we (the users) had little to no control over what it’s used for. Having control over our data means being able to view it in its entirety whenever we want (instead of having to file a formal request with an energy provider, for instance) and to decide if, when and how companies may use it.

Prevent companies from abusing your data without your permission

Even the largest, most “ethical” and popular household brand names share data with other companies. Hundreds of data warehouses and tracking companies trade personal data and all these companies can also fall prey to data breaches.

Protect against Identity Theft

Identity theft is becoming an increasingly common problem, as fraudsters discover more devious ways to get hold of your personal data. Criminals can even use seemingly “harmless” pieces of information, such as your date of birth, to commit identity theft. Many companies ask for your date of birth as part of their verification process. Other information we readily disclose that identify thieves steal include; address, email address, previous addresses, Mother’s maiden name, place of Birth, pin, bank details, NI number and passwords. The most common types of crimes are ones considered to be financial fraud, credit card fraud, bank fraud, tax rebate fraud, benefit fraud and telecommunications fraud for example. However, identity thieves can also use your identity when they commit other crimes, such as entering (or exiting) a country illegally, drug trafficking, committing cybercrime, money laundering and more. Let Rvoke protect your identity and ensure you don’t fall victim of identity theft.

Rvoke is the only way of exercising your rights in bulk

Rvoke is the only solution focused application available on the market that allows users to review, retrieve and retain their personal data from the plethora of companies holding private information about you, in mass, at the touch of a button.

We are trustworthy and secure

Rvoke uses unique, advanced levels of security and cryptography to keep your information safe and protected. The way it should be. More secure than your bank, Rvoke uses the latest military-grade encryption which protects your personal information, so that only you and/or the designated recipients of the information you share can decrypt the data. All data is encrypted by default, Rvoke does not store any data in plain-text.

Data breaches are a daily occurence!

Since the new GDPR legislation has been introduced, significant data breaches have come to light in the press. Not all cases are reported if they are not particularly large, but either due to the type of attack, vulnerability involved, or the sensitivity of the data compromised, all carry significant risks to you!

  1. Collection #1 is the largest database of compromised login details ever seen. (Independent)
  2. UK data breach complaints soar under new EU rules (Financial Times) 
  3. The number of complaints over data protection breaches has more than doubled since the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation came into force. (Insurancebusinessmag) 
  4. British Airways confirmed that cyber criminals intercepted 380,000 transactions between 21 August and 5 September and compromised card numbers, expiration dates and CVV security codes. It is illegal for businesses to store CVV numbers and BA insisted it had not done so, suggesting hackers were able to intercept payments in real-time. (Tech Newstatesman) 
  5. Researchers have estimated that the stolen data could be worth up to £21.5m on the dark web.(NSM) 
  6. Top10VPN.com’s Dark Web Market Price Index shows that criminals are prepared to pay up to £56.50 per card. (NSM) 
  7. Almost half UK businesses suffered cyberattack or security breach last year, figures show. (The Independent) 
  8. Allianz predict Cyber Incidents as the second biggest risk to businesses in 2019. (CIR Magazine)
  9. Equifax fined £500,000 for failing to protect customer data (MoneySavingExpert)
  10. Marriott Hotel hack hits over 500 million Starwood guests, including “some combination” of names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and date of birth (BBC News)
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