French IT group Bull has expanded its Hoox handset series with the launch of an "integrally secure' smartphone. The high-security smartphone for business users features security technologies developed in
Hoox uses an Android-based operating system developed by Bull's cybersecurity R&D teams. It features an EAL4+3 certified encryption chip and a biometric sensor for authentication, a digital strong-box and anti-intrusion management on all its ports. Hoox provides encryption of voice calls and text messages, as well as for email and all data being stored or exchanged. All user identification data – including digital fingerprints – is stored in the phone's digital strong-box to be used only at local level.
Hoox is available now for evaluation. A turnkey implemented service is provided by Bull's subsidiary
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