Teams are turning to group calling methods to ensure operations but are vulnerable to threat actors. Enterprises and government officials are also continuously being targeted by coordinated eavesdropping attacks, says BlackBerry.
BlackBerry then developed SecuSUITE to address the issue and protect stakeholders against identity spoofing, metadata harvesting, and communications interceptions which can compromise sensitive discussions and major operations.
SecuSUITE has been certified in accordance with the Common Criteria, assuring government agencies of the security of their mobile communications. The certification is critical, as senior levels in government must be confident their sensitive verbal and messaging communications are secure.
“We are delighted to now offer SecuSUITE, a secure group calling in a system that is certified by NIAP and NSA CSfC,” BlackBerry vice president secure communications David Wiseman comments. “This is a huge advantage for governments and organisations that are distributed internationally and require Top Secret-grade encryption for their communications.”
BlackBerry says SecuSUITE for government technology is protecting 18 governments worldwide against electronic eavesdropping through Top Secret clearance levels.
“The continued development of new features by BlackBerry to the SecuSUITE software enables CACI to deliver new capability to the SteelBox service. The new group calling feature is already being used today by US federal civilian, Department of Defence and Intelligence Community customers to communicate securely with groups of users on an encrypted call from anywhere,” concludes CACI senior vice president Kerry Leo.