Cellcrypt released its high-strength government-grade encryption application for mobile devices, including BlackBerry smartphones, on both T-Mobile’s secure cellular network and T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi HotSpots across the globe.
With encryption accredited to the FIPS 140-2 standard, a government official or traveling executive can use their T-Mobile Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry smartphone to make classified or confidential calls and be assured that the content of their call is protected to government-level standards.
According to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, it costs U.S. corporations on average $1.3M each time a corporate secret is revealed to unauthorized parties. For more than 60 percent of surveyed organizations, these breaches occur at least once per month.
The Cellcrypt easy-to-use mobile application provides end-to-end voice encryption on smartphones over the entire path between callers. Utilizing an IP data channel, it seamlessly protects and supports both Wi-Fi and 2.5G, 3G and 3.5G cellular networks.