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Despite lagging behind, Blackberries continue to be favourite among corporations and government agencies because of its high levels of security.
The latest Secusmart GmbH provides an even more secure BlackBerry device for the paranoid consumer. Previously, these uber-safe devices weren’t available to just any buyer, now, if you’ve got $2,770, you can nab yourself one of these James Bond-worthy phones.
They’ve basically bundled a MicroSD card loaded with Secusmart’s proprietary software and hardware that offers 128-bit AES encryption, elliptic curve cryptography, and certificate-based authentication of call participants, with a BlackBerry Z10.
However, this extra security only works if the other person you’re calling has the same level of protection. If you call an open line, you’re just as vulnerable as the person on the other end.
Secusmart also has some Android phones lined up for the future. They also plan to make their security features available on more affordable smartphones down the line.