New partners in Australia and Southeast Asia will provide BlackBerry’s anti-eavesdropping technology to protect customers’ real-time communications across the region.
BlackBerry announced that it is expanding its global footprint of BlackBerry SecuSUITE partners in the Asia Pacific region. Three new highly specialized companies are being certified and trained to deliver highly secure software for governments and businesses.
Partners delivering SecuSUITE include global counterintelligence experts, NSI Global, and security and risk experts, Praesidum Group (PRR). Both companies are based in Australia and Teletrol-One is based in Thailand.
David Wiseman, vice president of Secure Communications at BlackBerry, said:
“Recent events in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region continue to demonstrate why information security must be impenetrable,” he says.
“With call and message monitoring, espionage and interception on the rise, closing all backdoors completely requires a more complete approach to protecting real-time information using reliable and easy-to-use technology. approach is essential.”
SecuSUITE technology protects governments around the world from the threat of eavesdropping not only on executives’ sensitive business communications, but also on national security communications. Deployed as a secure app using any off-the-shelf iOS, Android, or Windows device, the software can be easily deployed to your existing fleet of devices, eliminating the need to carry another device. The solution uses end-to-end encryption to secure his one-to-one and group voice calls, messages, file exchanges, and group chats across international networks. SecuSUITE can also reliably protect calls from foreign networks to home country numbers.
NSI Global CEO Navid Sobbi said:
“After extensive digital forensic testing of SecuSUITE in our lab, we partnered with BlackBerry to provide the highest security and encrypted mobile communications,” he says.
“Another attraction was the ease of use that provided trusted communication in a simple way via a highly secure app that was easy to deploy on employee devices wherever they were.”
Scott Taylor, managing director of Praesidium Group, added:
“PRR, which operates in a variety of industries around the world, understands the need for reliable, closed and trustworthy communications that can avoid eavesdropping and eavesdropping techniques,” he says.
“We are proud to partner with BlackBerry to bring SecuSUITE to our clients in an increasingly risky environment.”
BlackBerry’s expansion of APAC partners closely follows news from the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency), which recently awarded BlackBerry’s SecuSUITE for Government security certification for global use in official NATO secure communications. did.