Which NFL teams are using Xoom’s new privacy and data protection platform?
The NFL is looking to bolster its privacy and trust initiatives with Xoom, a new data security platform from Xoom that lets users share data and data encryption to secure their accounts and financial information.
Xoom will let users upload photos, video and audio, and can also sync your financial account history and purchase history.
In addition, Xoom users can share data with teams via a secure chat room, which can also be used for communication with other users.
The NFL will start accepting Xoom in mid-November, and Xoom is currently available in a number of cities, including Chicago, New York, Denver, Los Angeles and Seattle.
The league’s privacy guidelines are vague, but the NFL does state that teams are allowed to use the platform to help “protect their proprietary data and information.”
Xoom won’t be able to use NFL logos or other trademarks to identify its products.
A statement from the NFL noted that “the NFL cannot guarantee or guarantee that Xoom or the associated products will not contain inaccuracies or other defects.”
“We are pleased to announce Xoom as an exclusive partner in the NFL’s ongoing efforts to help protect our consumers and partners,” Xoom CEO Rob Moore said in a statement.
Xom was launched last year, and the NFL has been using it in some of its games for a few months.
The company will launch a public beta of Xoom later this month.
In a statement, Moore said that Xom “provides a seamless, privacy-friendly, secure and easy-to-use solution to help our users achieve the highest level of privacy and security.”