• The DigitalBank Vault

What is the most secure mobile phone a business can use in 2021?

DigitalBank Vault advantages Vs.

all other 'secure communication devices'

1. One-lifetime fee of $ 5000 USD. No annual subscription fees.

2. Encryption Keys generated by the user only.

Encryption Keys never stored in the device used or anywhere else.

Encryption Keys never exchanged with the communicating parties.

3. No SIM Card needed

4. Unlimited text messaging, audio and video messaging, audio calls,

file transfers, file storage.

5. "Air-Gapped" Offline Encryption System not connected to the Internet.

6. No Servers involved at any given time, completely autonomous system.

No third parties involved.

7. No registration of any kind - 100% anonymous without username/password.

No online Platform or Interfaces.

8. Unique, Personal, Dedicated Set of Encryption Algorithms for each individual client.

Totally Private Encryption System.

9. Air Gap Defense Technology: The Only Offline Communication System in the World.

10. Working cross-platform on Android Smartphones ( No SIM Cards Needed)

and Windows PC ( for office work)

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How can all businesses, especially larger corporations, secure their mobile phones against hackers?

Firstly, businesses need to view mobile phone security on more than one level. Secure mobile phones will need to ensure that the three key areas are addressed, these being:

Hardware Security

Software Security

Network Security

Secure mobile phone features

From these key areas of mobile security, there is a very long list of technologies that need to be considered to ensure that they have a secure mobile deployment. These will include, but are certainly not limited to:

End to End Encryption

Duress Password

Encrypted Storage

Secure VPN Connectivity

Device Wipe

Locked Bootloader

Despite many of the mobile phone manufacturers' attempts to make their mobile phones secure, at a recent ethical hacker’s event in China, all three major brands’ phones were able to be hacked.

Businesses that need secure mobile phones

Businesses that use these less secure brands are more vulnerable to the risk of hacking than those that take mobile phone security as seriously as they do their computer systems.

There is a wide range of industries whose sensitive information must be kept secure, no matter whether it is on a static computer system or a mobile phone deployment, these include, to name a few:

Law & Accountancy Firms


Technology Developers

Manufacturing & Engineering

The Press & Journalism

It is important for businesses to realize that, as their workforce will likely be working from home to a much greater extent in the future, mobile phone security will be an increasingly more important issue to address.

Many large corporate enterprises and blue-chip organizations thrive on being able to maintain a high level of protection for their intellectual property and trade or contract secrets. Mobile security has long been the target of hacking groups in order to carry out a level of spying and industrial espionage on their closest competitors.

Both businesses and hackers have been engaged in a race against each other; who can develop the best espionage technology and skillsets to outdo each other.

As a result, more and more organizations have been looking at how best they can protect their business interests, whilst maintaining strong communication links with colleagues, suppliers, and customers.

There are many mobile and smartphone providers that claim to have the best security features available for their customers’ phones. However, we have witnessed many of these systems being abused and then subsequently breached by law enforcement, threatening the data of those legitimate users.









Cyberthreats will affect almost all types of businesses and organizations. Through our years of experience, we have found that the predominant industries for whom cybersecurity and secure mobile technology is of utmost importance include:

  • Large scale enterprises and blue-chip organizations

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Global consulting and accountancy firms

  • High Tech companies

  • Manufacturing

  • Global energy companies (including oil and gas)

  • NGOs

  • Governments and their agencies

These organizations seek to protect their key assets from falling into the wrong hands, which can then be exploited by competitors.

The assets can include:

  • Expensive Research and Development

  • Sensitive client information

  • Intellectual property

  • Product design innovations

  • Mission-critical communications both inside and outside the country

Digital and mobile privacy has long been debated, with most people using the well-worn phrase “I have nothing to hide, so why do I care about surveillance?”.

To quote Edward Snowden “Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say." "When you say, 'I have nothing to hide,' you're saying, 'I don't care about this right’”.