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Cellcrypt demos voice security solutions at Infosec


by Jan Harris
March 17, 2009

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Cellcrypt Ltd, a London-based company which makes a smartphone application that allows companies to make encrypted VoIP calls internationally, is demonstrating its latest security solutions at Infosecurity Europe 2009 next month.

Cellcrypt will showcase Cellcrypt Mobile which provides secure encrypted conversations using standard mobile phones and Cellcrypt PBX Gateway.

Cellcrypt PBX Gateway connects to commercial PBX systems, providing secure calls from existing landlines to mobile devices or other landlines.

Cellcrypt will also demonstrate its portable PBX IAB at Infosec.

This can establish a totally secure fixed and mobile communications telephone network anywhere in the world, linking mobile devices and fixed line phones, via either a fixed or mobile internet connection.

Back in February Cellcrypt called for the UK government to continue to allow secure VoIP calls without imposing a requirement for law enforcement agencies to have access to such calls.

There is concern that the Home Office could be given new data collection powers that would allow them to monitor secure communications.

The EU is investigating the impact of encrypted Skype calls on law enforcement.



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