Secure Chorus featured in Asia Pacific Magazine “Connecting Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk with enterprise-grade apps”


Secure Chorus discusses how the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has defined the “Security of Mission-Critical Service”, mandating the open cryptography standard MIKEY-SAKKE for encrypting data and providing cryptographic keys. While the standards developed by 3GPP ensure interoperability between users of Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk (MCPTT) systems, Secure Chorus’ member organisations, which are developers of enterprise grade communication apps (that are also based on MIKEY-SAKKE), are able to  develop interoperability standards to connect MCPTT with enterprise-grade communication apps. This will allow first responders in medical services, police forces, border security, fire services, civil aviation, disaster relief, armed forces and other emergency services to communicate efficiently and securely not only with each other, but also with other stakeholders such as government officials, using day-to-day enterprise-grade communication apps.

The article can be found here (pages 32-33)

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