BlackBerry is expanding its global footprint of BlackBerry SecuSUITE partners in Asia Pacific, with three new highly-specialized companies certified and trained to deliver the highly-secure software for governments and enterprises.
The partners offering SecuSUITE include global counter-intelligence experts, NSI Global and security and risk specialists Praesidum Group (PRR), both based in Australia – plus Teletrol-One in Thailand.
David Wiseman, BlackBerry’s Vice President of Secure Communications says,
“BlackBerry is pleased to expand its global footprint with select new APAC partners, helping government and industries to more effectively secure mobile communications and protect people and operations. Recent events in Australia and the Asia Pacific continue to show why information security must be impenetrable.
Surveillance, espionage and interception of calls and messaging is on the rise, so to ensure all back doors are fully closed, a more complete approach to securing real-time information with reliable and easy-to-use technology is imperative.”
SecuSUITE technology protects governments globally against eavesdropping threats to national security communications as well as sensitive business communications of enterprise executives.
Deployed as a secure app using off-the-shelf iOS, Android or Windows devices, the software can be easily rolled out to existing fleets of devices, eliminating the need to carry another device.
Using end-to-end encryption, the solution secures one-to-one and group voice calls, messages, file exchange and group chats across international networks. SecuSUITE can also ensure calls from foreign networks to any home country number are protected.
Navid Sobbi, CEO of NSI Global says,
“As a leading provider of counterintelligence, counterterrorism intelligence, digital forensics, geopolitical risk and other solutions, we understand that the technology tools we provide our clients must have bullet-proof levels of security.
Following extensive digital forensic testing of SecuSUITE in our lab, we partnered with BlackBerry to offer its maximum-security, encrypted mobile communications.” Navid adds, “Another appeal was its ease-of-use, offering trusted communications in a simple way – via a highly secure app that is easy to deploy to employee devices, wherever they are.”