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Armour Communications Limited is a UK based organisation and provides government-grade encryption for secure communications (voice, messaging, video and data) on everyday smartphones and tablets across all popular platforms.

Supplying cost-effective, easy to use technology combined with advanced security techniques to deliver cloud-based and on-premises solutions for Governments, Finance and Enterprise markets.
Armour’s technology operates over data-enabled networks including EDGE (2.5G), HSPA, CDMA/EV-DO (3G), LTE (4G), Wi-Fi™ and satellite, and is optimised to run on Android™ and iPhone® devices.
Armour’s product range includes FIPS, NATO and CPA approved solutions.
Secure Voice

Secure Voice – An easy-to-use, downloadable software application which is interoperable across everyday smartphones and tablets, for mobile-to-mobile and mobile-to-landline communications and conferencing.

Secure Messaging

Secure Messaging – Share critical information with trusted contacts. With added benefits such as visibility of available online contacts, message threads, delivery and read indication, sending secure messages couldn’t be easier.

Secure Video

Secure Video – Secure Full Motion Video (FMV) and video conferencing allows crucial information to be shared in time-critical situations, allowing decision makers to respond quickly and efficiently.

Secure Conferencing

Secure Conferencing – Easily set up video or audio conferencing on the fly, for multi-user communication.

Secure File Attachments

Secure File Attachments – Attach images, files and voice memos in our messaging service. A quick and easy method to securely send files from your smartphone or tablet.

Secure Group Chat

Secure Group Chat – Allows exchange of messages, files etc. within a group. Ideal for convenient notification of conference calls and also allows concurrent messaging during conference calls.

Private Communities

Private Communities – Allows customers to set up cryptographically segregated communities in the Armour Cloud, or separate internal user groups for ‘On-Premises’ installations.