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Secure communications firm Silent Circle has announced it has pulled in $30 million in funding from investors including Ross Perot, Jr., and Cain Capital, according to a press release. Perot, and Sir Peter Bonfield—former head of British Telcom—have also joined Silent Circle’s advisory board. Cofounder Mike Janke said, “Awareness of global privacy threats is irrevocably affecting individuals’ and businesses’ behavior and driving worldwide demand for Silent Circle’s unmatched secure communication technology … we now have the resources to meet the demand for our encrypted mobile voice, video, secure file transfer and international secure calling plans.” The company also announced it is moving its headquarters from Nevis to Switzerland.
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