A new partnership between Bittium and DEC will give businesses and individuals access to global, cutting-edge digital security and privacy on mobile devices.
Ryan Carter, CEO of DEC said “We are passionate about the opportunity to provide the private consumer, small business and the enterprise sectors with DEC Secure through this partnership with Bittium. Our globally managed servers along with Bittium technology will allow businesses and individuals worldwide to exchange information freely, without any concerns about cybersecurity.”
By using an always-on VPN, end-to-end encryption, and other security and privacy features, DEC Secure fully protects the mobile environment in addition to providing worry-free access to communication, financial, payment, and transaction focused applications. The DEC Secure platform, which is natively integrated with the Bittium Tough Mobile smartphones, will also be available for most other Android-based smartphones.
“We are proud of the versatility that Bittium secure communication technology can offer for different market segments.” says Mr. Jari Sankala, Senior Vice President, Defense & Security at Bittium. “We have for long provided secure solutions for governmental customers, and now, through DEC’s service, individual consumers also have access to strong encryption technology. This partnership with DEC enables consumers an easy way to secure their communications with the highest standards”.
Together with the Bittium Tough Mobile smartphone, DEC’s encrypted software platform and global network of mobile data servers provide a uniquely reliable system for processing and transferring encrypted, classified data and ensuring unprecedented security for critical mobile communications.
“DEC is very excited to strengthen our partnership with an industry leading organization like Bittium that constantly operates on the cutting edge of innovation. Our partnership will bring privacy for individuals and businesses to a new level, setting a new standard for mobile communication security.” Carter added.