About Us


Our Story

Our SecurityNet service is an invitation-only encrypted data transfer service for a global audience of users where each user passes information directly to another user

And by directly we mean that literally.  

  • Point-and-click, drag-and-drop, end-to-end encryption.
  • Your data flows from your computer to your contact's computer.
  • Encrypted end-to-end with ever changing one-time-use passwords. 
  • No cloud or server or middle-man in between you and your client. 
  • No opportunity for spies, hackers, governments to get at your data. 
  • And even if snoopers do intercept a transmission, all they get is garbage!
  • Direct peer-to-peer eliminates your exposure to risk easily and conveniently.

How do we do this?

  • Firstly, we don't store your data  - unlike the big boys of this world!  
  • We connect you to your invitation-only contact just while your files are being transmitted.
  • We never touch your data, other than to transmit files from you direct to your contact.
  • The encryption passwords change every few seconds - even we don't know them.
  • Only you and your invitation-only contacts get to see your confidential files.
  • There is no cloud storage, no middle-man, no tracking, and no logging.
  • Your business really is YOUR business.

About Me

My name is Ian Zatman. I have been an IT Consultant in the UK, EU and USA for over 30 years. With time off for a couple of years to milk cows. Don't  ask!

On one IT assignment I designed security software for a major European Bank to secure and encrypt the transmission of payments across insecure networks throughout Eastern Europe. Originally called SecurityBlanket, the software required the resources of a major bank's IT department to install and maintain. 

Based on that experience, I founded SecurityNet.global to create a plug-and-play security service that secures and encrypts confidential data as it travels across the internet. This service would - and should - be made available to anyone, be it an enterprise, a smaller business or even individuals.

And so SecurityNet was born...

I hope you will try it out. I am sure you will find it easy to use, with the added benefit of protecting yourself in a small way from the surveillance society we live in today.

Ian Zatman