U.S., Canadian governments have their voice and text protected by BlackBerry's SecuSUITE

U.S., Canadian governments have their voice and text protected by BlackBerry's SecuSUITE
There is light at the end of the tunnel at BlackBerry headquarters in Waterloo. And no, it isn't from an oncoming train. The company has a well received handset in the BlackBerry KEYone, it reported strong earnings for its fiscal first quarter, and its cybersecurity offering is providing more protection for the U.S. and Canadian governments. SecuSUITE for Government, a multi-platform solution designed to offer end-to-end encryption for texts and voice calls, is now a part of BlackBerry Secure.

With SecuSUITE for government on the job, federal agencies are protected from eavesdropping and the service offers secure calls over both Wi-Fi and cellular networks. Since it works on all networks, federal agencies don't need to be forced to use a specific carrier. More than 20 governments around the world protect their communications using SecuSUITE.

The program is the only National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) certified voice solution that works on smartphones and tablets powered by iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10. As BlackBerry continues to  provide software solutions to governments, the company continues to masterfully navigate its new life as a provider of software focusing on cyber security.

via CrackBerry


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