Cellcrypt has released its Enterprise Gateway software application, promising business users the ability to make secure mobile calls to their office desk phones.
The application is aimed at senior executives travelling to hostile countries where their calls may be intercepted.
Mobile workers will also be able to access typical desk phone features such as conferencing tools and voicemail, the firm explained.
"As business is increasingly conducted over mobile phones and on a global scale, it is a corporate responsibility to the individual and the organisation to protect private information," said Simon Bransfield-Garth, chief executive at Cellcrypt.
"With the threat growing at an alarming rate, organisations need to adequately protect all types of calls ranging from board conference calls through to itinerary discussions with personal assistants.
"Cellcrypt Enterprise Gateway allows important office communications to continue normally even when key executives are out of the office or travelling abroad."
The software application links into office phone systems, and works on BlackBerry and Nokia phones as long as the client software has been downloaded.
Cellcrypt Enterprise Gateway supports all major wireless networks, including 2G (GPRS/EDGE), 3G (HSPA, CDMA/EV-DO), Wi-Fi and satellite, and is compliant with the US-approved FIPS 140-2 security standard.
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