As mobility for government officials becomes a feature of daily life, so too does the importance of their ability to communicate effectively and share critical information, whatever their location.
Governments have become increasingly reliant on mobile technology, but as smartphone use has proliferated across agencies, new areas of risk have opened up. Foreign operatives, intelligence agencies, terrorists, and other adversaries are becoming evermore focused on leaks and attacks which can offer them easy access to a world of information. Secure communication is always of the upmost importance to government, and it has never been exposed to greater potential threat.
SOLUTIONS FOR GOVERNMENT
End-to-end encryption and crystal clear sound quality
Encrypted one-to-one or group messaging
Collaborate in confidence wherever your team is
Instant or scheduled secure mobile conference calling with administrator control
Manage your secure mobile devices from within your government data center
Place secure calls from your Seecrypt protected smartphone to your corporate phone system
Seecrypt provides Secure Communications across Agencies
Agency employees regularly have sensitive but unclassified (SBU) information on smartphones. This may be inconsequential as standalone conversations, but could be extremely valuable when aggregated, and are therefore in need of protection.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE AND ARMED FORCES
The military relies on the ability to communicate time-sensitive, mission critical information in real-time, both at home and abroad. At times, military personnel need to leverage public cellular networks when private networks are unavailable. They also increasingly communicate with inter-agency partners in civilian government, including national security, emergency response organizations and NGOs.
Disparate agencies engage with each other regularly to protect the nation. Secure communication is necessary for disaster response and post-event management. These scenarios often involve the exchange of information that is considered sensitive but unclassified (SBU) across mobile devices and public access networks.
In order to stay connected and undetected, often in hostile territories, intelligence agents must avoid bulky and conspicuous equipment, and rely on widely-available cellular networks and everyday smart phones.
PUBLIC ORDER, SAFETY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
Today’s law enforcement and counter-terrorism communities need to be able to communicate early, often and securely with government departments, be they international, national, regional or local. Communication with first responders and emergency services is vital. Interoperability issues surrounding land mobile radio systems are well-publicized, while smart phone communication allows broader and larger wireless connectivity.
National and international safety relies on secure, protected communication across the following critical infrastructure areas:
Agriculture and Food
Financial and Banking
Oil and Gas
Transportation Networks and Systems
Power and Electricity
Water Supply and Treatment
PROCUREMENT AND POLICY
Government policies are beginning to require the safeguarding of sensitive but unclassified information that can be extremely valuable to a number of parties, including members of the media and government contractors. This is taking place alongside increasing goals around efficiency and telework between government departments and the supporting community of suppliers.