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Armour Comms sees momentum building with three new Government organisations and 15 new partners globally

Growth accelerates as demand for Secure Mobile communications increases across Government and Enterprise

London, UK, November 15, 2017 – Armour Communications, a leading provider of specialist, secure communications solutions, has seen unprecedented growth in the last few months with many new customers and industry partners. During the last quarter Armour Comms has agreed terms/installed its flagship Armour Mobile at three high profile Government departments, and has got its fledgling US operation off to a flying start with signed deals. Armour is now working with 15 technology and innovation partners to deliver its higher assurance solution Armour Black, and its Push To Talk variant Armour Blue. In order to support partners and customers Armour has also launched a new website which will include portals for specific content and marketing material for partner and customer audiences.

Armour Communications showcases flagship product Armour Mobile at NATO Cyber event, NIAS 2017

Leading innovator showcases the first fully secure communications app to provide Push To Talk features NIAS, 17 – 19 October, Lotto Mons Expo, Belgium, Stand No: B23

London, UK, October 13, 2017 – Armour Communications, a leading provider of specialist, secure communications solutions for iOS and Android smartphones/tablets and Windows 10 Desktop will be showing its flagship solution Armour Mobile, which provides all the functionality of consumer-grade free apps but with the benefit of significantly greater security. Also being exhibited at NIAS is Armour Blue, a sector specific variant of Armour Mobile which incorporates Mission Critical Push To Talk (PTT) functionality, providing features for emergency services and other agencies that need to maintain usability and compatibility with 3GPP MCPTT standards.

Armour Communications showcases new Armour Black solutions at DSEI

Higher assurance solutions now available for high threat user groups, protecting mobile communications from eavesdroppers with Armour Mobile DSEI, 12 – 15 September, ExCeL, London Stand No: N7-197

London, UK, August 19, 2017 – Armour Communications, a leading provider of specialist, secure communications solutions for Windows 10 Desktop, iOS and Android smartphones/tablets will be showing its flagship solution Armour Mobile, which provides all the functionality seen in consumer-grade (free) apps but with the benefit of significantly enhanced security. New for DSEI is Armour Black, a range of higher assurance solutions for Government, Defence, covert communities and the security-conscious Enterprise.

Global Mobile Communications and Mobile Broadband – Analyses and Statistics 2017

Albany, New York, April 26, 2017: Market Research Hub (MRH) has recently published a latest market study to its online portal, which is titled as “Global Mobile Communications and Mobile Broadband – Analyses and Statistics” This study offers professional analysis of the current state of Mobile Communications and Mobile Broadband.

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In 2017 mobile broadband subscriptions are growing rapidly and LTE infrastructure now carries over 65% of all global mobile traffic. While mobile and fixed will always exist in parallel, there is no doubt that with a faltering fixed network and an excellent mobile network, mobile will give fixed a run for its money.

4G mobile calls still open to eavesdroppers

Newest mobile network fails to solve 2G and 3G security issue

London, UK, December 07, 2016 – Armour Communications, a provider of specialist, secure communications platforms explains in a paper published today entitled, Is someone listening in on your confidential calls?, how the latest 4G network fails to solve the problem of electronic eavesdropping. Firms’ intellectual property (IP) and commercially sensitive information can still be listened into by perpetrators using an IMSI catcher, despite new security measures and stronger encryption used by the 4G network. This type of hack can be set up with equipment that is highly portable and costs less than £1000.

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