Voice encryption for smartphones unveiled

Cassidian previewed its latest mobile security solution, Moseo®Smart, at the Infosecurity exhibition in London last week.

May 3, 2012
By Paul Jacques
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Cassidian previewed its latest mobile security solution, Moseo®Smart, at the Infosecurity exhibition in London last week.

With the hacking of telephone conversations becoming relatively commonplace and posing a considerable security threat, Cassidian, an EADS company, has developed a mobility solution to allow the confidential sharing of sensitive strategic information and communication in a secure mode all around the world.

The application allows the user to make secure, encrypted phone calls using VoIP (voice over IP) on any kind of mobile network, 2G, 3G and WiFi. The voice channel, as well as the signalling channel, is ciphered. Simple to install and use, MOSEO® Smart works on most communication devices to provide privacy, safety and security.

The service is transparent for end-users through a standard phone interface, operational worldwide, independent of the terminal used and downloadable onto any smartphone, with a service desk on hand to help.

The technology, which could prove invaluable in mobile command and control environments, is currently being tested in France with UK trials expected to commence later this year.

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