BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS; October 26, 2022—Leading consumer privacy and security company ExpressVPN today publishes two new audits by KPMG and Cure53. The audits underline ExpressVPN’s commitment to transparency and delivering to customers privacy and security that they can trust.
Cure53 conducted a penetration test and source code audit of TrustedServer, ExpressVPN’s innovative in-house VPN server technology that significantly minimizes privacy and security risks that traditional server management poses.
On the basis of the reports provided to ExpressVPN, users can be confident that ExpressVPN will never know what they do online and that ExpressVPN does not have such sensitive information to share, even if compelled to.
“We are pleased that our systems and core server technologies were examined by KPMG and Cure53. Regular third-party audits that validate our controls and the results of our internal team’s work, along with other security efforts like our bug bounty program, give us even more confidence that we are protecting our users well. We are proud to be leading the industry in trust and transparency, and look forward to publishing even more audits this year,” said Aaron Engel, Head of Cybersecurity, ExpressVPN.
Since 2009, ExpressVPN has empowered millions of users to take control of their internet experience. The company’s award-winning consumer VPN service is backed by its open-source VPN protocol Lightway, delivering user privacy in just a few clicks. ExpressVPN’s Keys password manager and Aircove router make digital privacy and security easy and accessible for all. With a commitment to transparency, ExpressVPN products have been audited by PwC, Cure53, and others.
ExpressVPN has been part of Kape Technologies (LSE:KAPE) since 2021. To learn more about ExpressVPN’s industry-leading privacy and security solutions, visit www.expressvpn.com.