Cryptophone Encrypted Mobile Phones

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NSI Sydney – Australian reseller of Cryptophones.

National Surveillance and Intelligence are proud to announce they are the Australian reseller of GSMK Cryptophones. NSI is a well established Technical Surveillance Counter Measures firm specialising in bug sweeps in Sydney and Australia wide. Cryptophone’s are a total encryption solution for corporate and government sectors in the form of mobile phones, satellite phones, desk phones and servers. Encryption is approved by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of the USA and is FIPS 140-2 Certified.

Cryptophones are easy to use and a trustworthy solution for confidential phone calls and messages and includes a secure phone book container. The encryption is 4096 bit Diffie-Hellmann (Key Exchange) and the voice and data is encrypted with AES 256 and Twofish. There are no backdoors, verifiable by independent researches.

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Colombia’s president seeking clarification on spying

August 9, 2013

Colombia’s president seeks US clarification on electronic spying.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says he’s seeking clarification from Washington on whether its intelligence-gathering in his country exceeded joint operations against drug traffickers and illegal armed groups.

The Associated Press asked Santos in an interview about revelations in documents leaked by U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden showing that massive U.S digital data collection has targeted allies as well as foes.

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Cyber Attacks on Australian Resource Firms

February 22, 2012. 01:30:13

ASIO, resource companies and big-four banks meet to discuss espionage concerns.

The Australian Government has warned some of our biggest corporations to tighten vigilance against espionage activities at a conference in Perth.

CEOs from BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Woodside Petroleum and the big-four banks heard talks with ASIO on the growing threat of cyber attack and espionage activities that can originate domestically and overseas, potentially from customers, suppliers or trade partners.

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Phone Hacking on the rise

July 25, 2012. 09:07:23

Phone hacking on the rise

The number of small businesses falling victim to phone hacking is on the rise, prompting Telstra to send warnings to its million Australian customers to secure their landlines and prevent unauthorised access to sensitive information.

The problem is with Private Automated Branch Exchanges (PABX) Systems and the voicemails were the most at risk of security breaches in Australian small businesses.

Read the full article at the Canberra Times here.

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Corporate Spy School

January 10, 2013. 00:35:12

What can you learn from SCIA’s Corporate Spy School?

Business espionage is enough of a problem that local security firm Specialist Corporate Intelligence Agency is running a series of “spy school” events to educate businesses about common risks surrounding theft of corporate information.

Lifehacker chatted to SCIA CEO and forensics veteran Navid Sobbi about the warning signs that might signal covert activity in your workplace. “We’re not going to teach people to become spies,” Sobbi tells me, somewhat disappointingly. “It’s mainly a place where we’ll get executives from corporations and government agencies and teach them about threats that are out there.

The Australian market is very relaxed about espionage issues, but we’re starting to find it happening more and more. We’re trying to make them aware of the risks.”

Read the full article at Life Hacker Australia.

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