Secure mail refers to the use of encryption for all coversational messages to protect the content from being read by any but the intended recipients. We use the latest encryption algorithms to protect your mails.
For us, privacy means protecting your mail from unauthorized access and inspection. Nobody besides you (not even government agencies) has access to your data and is able to read your mails.
Anonymity is the state of an individual's personal identity, or personally identifiable information, being publicly unknown. When you create an account on our server, your identity will never be revealed.
You do not have to be a cryptology expert to use our system. If you are not a computer expert and don't want to learn about encryption, our system is the way to go. Just create an account, and that's it.
The revelations about Prism and other forms of NSA dragnet surveillance has got some people wondering what all the fuss is. When William Hague tells us that the innocent have nothing to fear from involuntary disclosure, it raises questions about exactly what harms might come about from being spied upon.
Here are some reasons you should care about privacy, disclosure and surveillance.
SPE-mail is there for you, it is a close community that allow you to exchange email privately, anonymously, and securely.
Miguel A. Santos has a formal education on Cryptology from Stanford and on Information Risk Management from the Univ. of Washington. He has a decade of experience working with big data systems in his research in Bioinformatics. His extensive experience in managing computational clusters in IT healthcare enviroments provides him with hands-on experience in security and privacy strategies. He also brings to the project his creative mind and analytical skills as a Ph.D. in Physics (MA in Theoretical Physics, University of Barcelona).
Helmut worked almost 2 decades at IBM in Europe and Canada in the area of DB2 Performance and DB2 Development. He has extensive experience in low level coding and cryptology. Helmut studied mathematics and computer science at the Vienna University of Technology.
Mr. Fabing has started several Internet startup companies in Vietnam, New Zealand and Canada. He brings to the project his experience in web application development, start-up acumen and worldwide marketing experience. Mr. Fabing has a master’s degree in Information Technology from the University of Metz in France.