Bittium Tough Mobile 2C the world's most secure smartphone
Bittium Tough Mobile 2C the world's most secure smartphone

The world's most secure Smart Communications Provider (Bittium) has launched a Bittium Tough Mobile 2 C smartphone specially developed for secret government communication and offers a unique security solution for smartphone as well as for Android L. You can start the job and can use two completely independent operating systems on one platform.

Secrets and personality:

The Bittium Tough Mobile 2 C smartphone meets government security requirements and is equipped with a Bittium Secure Suite management software, which enables remote management of devices and applications in addition to encrypted data transmission based on Internet Protocol (IP).

The operating system is completely detached in secret mode and advertised for safe use. It is intended for secure communication at the government level, while the enhanced Android mode allows the device to be used as a personal phone in personal mode, where Google services and other social networks are available as a free multimedia app.

This unique dual feature allows individuals and professionals to take advantage of advanced information security on one device without having to carry two separate devices.

Users can switch between two different modes using the dual start function and configure other security settings for the Bittium Tough Mobile 2 C operating system using the Bittium Secure Suite administration software to achieve required availability and security.

The operating system (Android 9) and (Safe Operating System) support the functionality of many containers, so that many secure and isolated work areas can be used in one operating system.

The phone comes with a free security key (Yubiko 5 NFC) and (Bittium Tough Mobile 2 C), which was completely developed and manufactured in Finland.

It can certify device management products and codecs from Bittium Tough Mobile 2 C and Bittium Secure Suite to ensure the safe use of government officials from different countries.

Since smartphones are designed for government use compared to many smartphones, they provide longer usability and longevity, as well as increased availability of security updates.

The device has a permanent network (VPN) and has passed the certificates (MIL-STD-810G) and (IP67). It also has a device-based privacy mode that can be activated with a single click. This deactivates Bluetooth, microphone and camera and reduces sensor accuracy.

"For customers who need comprehensive security nationwide, this smartphone and the software solutions it supports are a complete unit designed for the needs of different companies and organizations. The need for security has increased ease of use," said Gary Sankala, Bittium's vice president.

Computers with dual drivers are popular among experienced users. This allows them to obtain many separate platforms, and for security reasons, many users resort to this problem, and this trend is not common on mobile devices.

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