Cryptosmart is the only solution providing governmental level security on consumer devices, facilitating its adoption by all users
Cryptosmart is deployed within governments and large enterprises to protect their sensitive data on the move, against loss, theft and spying.
Mobile devices containing sensitive business information can be lost or stolen
Communications can be intercepted and
Remote attacks and remote intrusions on devices
Intrusion into corporate networks
CRYPTOSMART is the only “Restricted” French & NATO certified solution, jointly developed with Samsung, to secure end-to-end mobile communications on consumer devices.
Communications and devices
are highly secured
Ease of use
A user friendly solution
You use a solution vetted and deployed
by major organizations
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