Secusmart burst onto the scene in 2014, when the Düsseldorf company was called on to protect the Federal Government’s mobile communications from being tapped. The BlackBerry Z10 - known in its day as the Merkelphone in Germany - caused a storm when it came out because that was when the previous spying activities of the US National Security Agency became public knowledge. The Canadian company BlackBerry took over Secusmart GmbH in the same year and, since then, both have been jointly developing global corporate solutions for communication that can’t be tapped. At 6 p.m. on 16 March, as part of CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, the partners are staging an "untappable" stand party. Movers and shakers, media representatives and decision-makers from politics and business will be gathering to enjoy private discussions over refreshing drinks and tasty burgers. To attend the party, visitors must register in advance by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although Secusmart has made its name primarily with secure mobile communications solutions for governments and authorities, its first solution developed jointly with BlackBerry is aimed at companies of all sizes so that they too can securely encrypt the calls and texts they make on their cellphones. What’s more, the SecuSUITE for Enterprise app on show is not just available for BlackBerrys, but can also be used on devices running Apple and Google operating systems. Another Secusmart highlight is SecuTABLET, a secure tablet designed to give authorities and administrations the opportunity to use apps and mobile Internet in an official environment. Compatibility with the existing SecuSUITE infrastructure is a key element in simplifying integration.
Secusmart GmbH (40239 Düsseldorf, Germany), Hall 6, Stand G44