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Effective protection against electronic eavesdropping: live at CeBIT 2014: The Secusmart company security experts and the snom technology corporation demonstrate high security landline telephony that’s also easy to use.
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 16th February 2014 – Security and telecommunications experts have landed their next coup: The Secusmart company, known as the developers of the highly secure Chancellor Phone, are cooperating with the snom technology corporporation, the pioneers of IP telephony. At the 2014 CeBIT, both companies will be presenting the highly secure “SecuGATE LV1 snom edition” landline telephone. Visitors can test the functionality of the telephone in person. “With the SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 Chancellor Phone, we’ve been providing anti-eavesdropping protection since 2013 for all mobile communication in government ministries and organizations. At CeBIT 2014 we’re extending the effectiveness of the Federal Security Net even further with a security solution for landline communication. With the reliable and tap-proof SecuGATE LV1 snom edition telephones, we’ve created reliable anti-eavesdropping solutions that are Made in Germany”, explains Mr. Hans-Christoph Quelle, Ph.D. and CEO of the Secusmart company.
In addition to first class security, both cooperation partners have always placed great value in usability and simplicity. “Our telephones are designed to fulfill these requirements in everyday business use. Top level security should never be at the expense of comfort and usability. We’ve found this high level of convenience and security in our excellent partner, Secusmart”, asserts Mr. Michael Knieling, COO of snom technology, full of conviction. Secusmart uses smart card technology for its security solution which is one of the most secure forms of encryption. Add to that the ease of use – the SecuGATE LV 1 snom edition telephone was designed with a slot for the Secusmart Security Card. Once inserted, telephone conversations are completely protected against electronic eavesdropping. “We’re proud to have gotten this chance to show how easy secure telephony can be at the 2014 CeBIT trade fair. No background noise, no disruptions, transmissions in real-time – we invite those interested to come to our stand in Hall 13, Stand C42 and call up the Secusmart company in Hall 12, B74, to try it out for themselves, says Mr. Michael Knieling, Ph.D.
Years of experience and know-how in telecommunications security and IP telephony have flowed into the development of the highly secure landline telephone, SecuGATE LV1 snom edition. “The Federal Security Net has now become extremely strong. The goal we share is unbeatable protection against electronic eavesdropping and industrial espionage. Our presentation at CeBIT 2014 will show how comprehensive, intelligent security is possible with the greatest ease of use and simplicity”, adds Mr. Quelle.
Secusmart GmbH (www.secusmart.com), a BlackBerry® subsidiary (BlackBerry – NASDAQ: BBRY, TSX: BB), is one of the world’s leading experts in the development and implementation of comprehensive solutions for protecting businesses and public authorities from electronic eavesdropping. Using its SecuSUITE for Enterprise security solution, the Düsseldorf-based company enables businesses to make secure mobile calls and send encrypted text messages regardless of the platform and device being used. Since the start of 2015, Vodafone Secure Call has been supplied to German business customers by Vodafone Germany, the system’s first marketing and distribution partner. With its SecuSUITE for Government high-security solution, Secusmart also protects the communications of governments outside of Germany as well as agencies and organisations responsible for providing emergency services. The trusted and well-established SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 continues to be responsible for securing the mobile communications of German government ministries and agencies.