Sectra Tiger/S7401: NATO’s New SECRET Communication Tool

Sectra Tiger/S7401: NATO’s New SECRET Communication Tool
17.02.2017 06:00 am

Sectra Tiger/S7401: NATO’s New SECRET Communication Tool

Security and Compliance , Data Protection , Technical

NATO has authorized the Dutch secure mobile phone Sectra Tiger/S 7401 for use at the NATO SECRET level. Thus, the technology meets all the requirements on security imposed, within the NATO organization for the reporting confidential information.

The ability to transfer information quickly and securely, without the risk of eavesdropping, can be vitally important for authorities, defense organizations, and critical societal functions. Sectra Tiger/S 7401 offers the highest level of protection against eavesdropping attacks, even from state actors, and is a unique solution that is approved for both mobile and fixed communication at the NATO SECRET security level.

Sectra developed Sectra Tiger/S 7401 under guidance from the Netherlands National Communications Security Agency (NL-NCSA). This approval confirms that the long and fruitful cooperation between Sectra and NL-NCSA meets the highest requirement for communication security. 

Thanks to cooperation with customers and national security authorities in numerous countries, Sectra’s various solutions for secure communications have now been delivered to more than half of the EU’s member states, for national use and within the context of the EU and NATO. Users include government officials, officials in the diplomatic corps, decision-makers in defense and critical infrastructure, and military personnel in the field. Common to these is that they use security-approved products to communicate securely and that they have high demands on flexibility and mobility. 

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