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LockDown Adds to its Software Development Team with Latest Hire

Columbus, Ohio, December 18, 2018 – LockDown, a disruptive company that is pioneering a new standard for data control and digital ownership, today announced the hiring of James Baker as the company’s newest software engineer. James brings strong analytical abilities, technical skills and a passion to learn new technologies and design principles to the company.
 
“James will clearly help us grow and scale to meet the market’s evolving compliance and security needs,” explained AJ Auld, CEO of LockDown. “We are very fortunate to have James join our expanding team.”
 
Previously James was a software engineering analyst, responsible for the development and testing of crucial software applications at Acceptd, Involta and JP Morgan Chase, and he brings significant coding and software development skills to his new position.

 

About LockDown
LockDown is pioneering a new standard for digital privacy, identity and data control. The first product available to the public, LockDown, is a secure communications app that enables surgical control and leading-edge security of digital information. Built upon patented 8,192-bit Atomization™ encryption and proprietary key handling technologies, LockDown delivers a zero-knowledge, zero-trust, password-less environment where messages and files can be shared safely with internal colleagues or external partners. LockDown ensures that security, privacy, permissions and access controls persist at all times, so you no longer have to choose between protecting your data and sharing it. For additional information, visit www.GetLockDown.com.
 
For press and interview requests, please email media@GetLockDown.com or call 1-833-LOCKDOWN (1-833-562-5369).

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