First Majestic Silver Corp. (NYSE:AG) has submitted revised NI 43-101 technical reports on its San Martin and Del Toro, La Parrilla mining activities. These technical reports are accessible under the firm’s SEDAR profile and on the firm’s website.
Mr. Ramon Mendoza Reyes, the VP Technical Services for First Majestic, marks as a qualified person as such term is stated under NI 43-101, and has assessed and permitted this news release. First Majestic comes in the list of mining firms focused on major silver production in México. It is also pursuing the advancement of its current mineral property assets and the quest through acquisition of further mineral assets which lead to the firm achieving its corporate growth goals.
In unrelated news, Identillect Technologies Corp. reported that First Majestic Silver has finalized Identillect’s Delivery Trust™ offering for its secure communications. Martin Palacios, the CTO of First Majestic, reported that Identillect’s Delivery Trust marks as another one of the latest security measures being implemented across their firm, it offers Data Loss Prevention, secure external and internal communication, and latest tracking with their integration and development of blockchain technology. They are deploying a staged release as part of the sustained security measures implemented by their organization.
Email comes in the list of the most inherently insecure and prevalent forms of communication. Business information is highly valuable to the progress and the health of a firm; however, cyber criminals even seek immense value in this information. Identillect Technologies offers a considerable amount of control and security over digital communication in transit.
Todd Sexton, the CEO of Identillect, reported that they are thrilled to offer secure communication to First Majestic Silver as they are a highly regarded and large firm within the mining community. The mining industry is a noteworthy area their focus is on as digital security fast becomes a big concern, and the industry needs advanced security measures to warrant the safety of corporate information.