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Hayward Industry, LLC Announces The Launch Of SnowyOwl. State of the Art Security Technology for Mobile Devices. The Best Defense Is A Good Offense.

Hayward Industry, LLC specializes in logistical warfare in the corporate environment.

KINGSLAND, Ga., Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hayward Industry, LLC Announces The Launch Of SnowyOwl. State of the Art Security Technology for Mobile Devices. The Best Defense Is A Good Offense.

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Hayward Industry, LLC specializes in logistical warfare in the corporate environment. Benjamin Hayward, Founder of Hayward Industry, LLC says "Our objective as a consultant is to assist our clients with logistics to completely crush their competition". Benjamin continues to say, "Hayward Industry, LLC brings designs and concepts to life in ways never imagined before. They are unique, they are new, they will change the way we do business and interact with each other". Benjamin Hayward is a retired Marine that identified a major security issue with mobile devices and founded Hayward Industry, LLC to fill the security gap. Benjamin comments, "I am an innovator and a trail blazer".

What is it?
SnowyOwl is a hardware device that plugs into a smart phone or other mobile device, such as a tablet. It controls and runs an independent, brand-agnostic software decentralized from the actual mobile device with features that fortify the security and anonymity of the device.

Why is it needed?
Benjamin says; "Mobile devices traditionally rely upon the design for accessibility and readability for the ease and comfort of users; however, accessibility and ease-of-use often come at the expense of privacy". In our always-connected world, the use of mobile devices (in both public and private spaces) means elevated risk of monitoring by powerful, telescoping, enhancing security cameras which can discern typed passwords, swipes or sensitive data on screens.

The mobile phone is one of the most vulnerable points of attack for a person's private life: financial and personal information. Seemingly-innocuous Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities can rapaciously gather and record insecure communications and data. The self-aware nature of a mobile phone, coupled with its ability to broadcast location, data, and communications, makes it an opportunistic target for identity theft, thieves, and privacy-invasion.

SnowyOwl works via an offensive defense. For each area where device has a point of vulnerability (camera phone, speaker, network connectivity / Bluetooth, touch screen) the app has a feature that, when activated, can obfuscate data, can alert the owner and block any brute-force attack, or – in extreme cases – can shut down the 3rd party offending device.

Because it is built with add on plug-and-play (PnP) hardware it is truly able to run front-line defense and front-line offense, whether the attacks are local or remote. SnowyOwl puts full control of the hardware security back into the hands of the device owner.

About Hayward Industry, LLC – Is a Veteran Owned Small Business. Owned and operated by Benjamin Hayward honorably discharged from The United State Marine Corp.

Hayward Industry, LLC - 125 Willow Lake Drive, Kingsland GA 31548 -Veteran Small Business - DUNS 079460877 – CAGE Code 75PN4 - Applicable NAICS: 541611, 541712 for more details email Benjamin Hayward. Email:mailto:[email protected] Ph. (229) 299-4373

Media Contact: Benjamin Hayward, Hayward Industry, LLC, (229) 299-4373, [email protected]

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