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Malaysia partnership March 2016

by david.nunes

Qnective: Partnership with Malaysian government

Zurich, March 24, 2016 – on Monday, 14 March, Swiss company Qnective received high-level Malaysian delegation at its head quarter in Zurich to initiate partnership for secure communication services especially for mobile phone users. Qnective has invented a sophisticated technology in the field of communication for military grade security systems, specifically for mobile communications. Malaysia is one of the ICT leading nation in Asia and committed to cybersecurity. The partnership with Qnective is targeted to provide no less than three million security licenses for mobile phone users in Malaysia by 2018.  

The Malaysian delegation led by Honorable Dato Madius Tangau, Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)  and its members Mr. Ng Kang Siong, Executive Director of MIMOS (Malaysia’s national R&D centre in ICT), Mr. Amirudin Wahab, CEO of CyberSecurity, and Mr. Suhaimi Hamzah, Under Secretary of MOSTI, have agreed with Qnective to further advance the secure communication partnership by co-development of special version of of secure software meeting the Malaysian regulations and patented by Cybersecurity Malaysia.

The software will be deployed to all members of the government, parliament, institutions, banks and private companies that are critical to the country’s success

 About Qnective

Qnective (www.qnective.com) was founded in Switzerland in 2007. The company is headquartered in Zurich with offices in Muscat (Oman), Singapore, Jakarta (Indonesia) and Lugano (Switzerland). Qnective offers secure communication services for governments, public safety organisations and large-scale enterprises. The company maintains a Swiss made, unique proprietary encrypted platform for telephony and communication services with mobile devices. Qnective’s infrastructure department delivers tailor-made solutions covering the design, development and deployment of maritime and terrestrial security and surveillance networks.

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