German government to test iPhones with SecurePIM app

Friday 8 January 2016 | 16:28 CET | News
The German federal government has started a pilot to use iPhones to send encrypted e-mails and other messages, according to German magazine WirtschaftsWoche citing the CEO of German security developer Virtual Solutions, Raoul-Thomas Herborg. The federal government will test 50 iPhones with SecurePIM, an encryption app developed by Virtual Solution. The tests will run for several weeks at three ministries: Traffic and Infrastructure, Labour and Social Affairs as well as Education and Research. The SecurePIM app protects iPhone from listening devices

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