Reliance High-Tech partners with Secured Communications

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Reliance High-Tech Ltd has been providing security solutions for the UK’s public and private sector for more than 40 years. Now, the company has partnered with Secured Communications LLC to offer its clients Mercury, an ultra-secure communications platform providing greater cybersecurity.


Mercury is an enterprise software suite developed by Secured Communications that allows corporate and public sector users to communicate safely and securely. Users can host private and secure video conference meetings, send messages, make calls and share files via a web browser or mobile device without the risk of disruptions or leaks of sensitive information.

According to Alistair Enser, CEO at Reliance High-Tech: “We have many mission critical customers who demand the highest level of data security across all levels of their business, and our policy is to work with best in class providers of all products and services. By using the Mercury system, we know that we will be providing them with a solution that is far more secure than the more conventional and popular communications platforms.”

Building on its success in the US, the introduction of Mercury into the UK and European markets in 2020 has helped businesses to increase productivity and minimise the risk of losses through information hacking, reputational damage and data breach.

“Giving their clients confidence”

Former UK Police Chief, John Parkinson OBE, is President of Secured Communications and has led many aspects of the security features available in the product. He adds: “As we move further into UK and European markets we are thrilled to have forged an alliance with Reliance High-Tech, which has a rich pedigree of providing security solutions for the UK’s corporate and private sectors.

“Mercury is a further tool in their offering giving their clients confidence that their sensitive information will always remain confidential and secure.”

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