Africa Aerospace & Defense 2014

Next-gen secure comms [AAD141]

17 September 2014

Visitors to Stand C17 in Hangar 6 may find out more about Seecrypt’s SC3, described as the next generation of secure communications for mobile devices. A user-friendly and intuitive application, SC3 allows users to make and receive unlimited, secure voice calls and text messages between Seecrypt Mobile-enabled devices, anywhere in the world.

Every call uses a unique encryption key that provides highly secure communications. Indeed, its end-to-end encrypted messaging changes encryption keys with every text message users send. Moreover, its easy-to-use interface, similar to popular social messaging apps, enables users to secure conversations in no time and without the need for technical skills.

The company strives to tailor its Software Application Suite to handle specific constraints while minimising the need for end users to be experts in the science of the software algorithm or computing technologies. The needed technology lies embedded at the core of its application and the company claims to be able to customise its solutions so that they will have minimal to no impact on the current infrastructure and technology.

Set to become a globally recognised provider of encryption technologies for voice and messaging applications, Seecrypt was formed to commercialise its mobile encryption technology originally developed for military use. Its operational headquarters are in Centurion, Pretoria.

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