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The Case for Secure Communications

Provided by BlackBerry

Category Security

Type White Paper

Publish Date July 11 2019


The tapping of voice communications has occurred virtually as long as electronic communication has been in existence. In the early days of electronic communications, and prior to the implementation of digital technology, tapping a phone was very easy. One simply needed access to the physical wiring where a listening device could be connected. Today’s communications landscape has migrated to mostly wireless communications. However, wireless traffic has the potential to be captured, listened to and even hijacked without any indication to those on either end of a call. The good news is that sensitive and classified government communications can be protected with certified solutions that encrypt and secure voice and messaging communications so that even if its captured, it will reveal no usable information. Download to Learn More.

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