The best way to save data is to keep it locked away in a secure, secure device, according to the head of the South Central Communications Commission.

The comments were made during the commission’s annual meeting.

The commission said last year that it was working on an encrypted phone data service, which is also known as “secure messaging,” but declined to name the company.

It said in December that it would make the service available to select customers at no charge.

The South Central Commission is also working on a phone data security program.

The company would be the first to implement secure messaging, according a spokesperson.

South Central Communications is not the only carrier to try out secure messaging in the region.

A similar service called Secure SMS is also available.

But the service does not use encryption.