Launch Event ARMA G1: October "x", Kyiv
Admission restricted to a selected audience. Register today.
In a world where data breaches and privacy concerns are paramount, the ARMA G1 Secure Communicator stands as an impenetrable fortress for your sensitive communications. Experience peace of mind as your confidential discussions remain shielded by state-of-the-art encryption technologies.
📅 Date: October “x” 2023, apply for more details about the date
🕒 Time: 4pm-6pm
📍 Location: Kyiv center, Ukraine (for security reasons the exact location will be shared by email 2 hours before the event takes place)
The ARMA G1 event is not just a showcase; it is an opportunity to take the lead in adopting next-generation communication technology. Learn firsthand how ARMA G1 can seamlessly integrate into your existing infrastructure while delivering absolute security.
Due to limited seating arrangements, invitations are limited to specified guests only. Kindly register your company by clicking the “Register Now” button below, or feel free to contact email@example.com.
Direct Benefits of the ARMA G1
Developed for TOP SECRET level security
Our secure communications technology is designed to provide the highest safety achievable in secure communications.
The ARMA G1 communications system relies on Tor network, which is public infrastructure. Therefore, the purchase and maintenance of infrastructure is not needed.
Setting up a closed secure communications network based on the ARMA G1 requires no significant actions. Users activate the device in minutes and can easily add contacts by sharing short lived codes. ARMA can provide its clients with additional custom services.
ARMA’s patented Dynamic Identity feature prevents you from becoming a target by regularly interchanging the International Mobile Subscriber Identifier (IMSI) number, with at the heart of it ARMA’s virtual SIM that replaces a conventional physical SIM card.
End to end encrypted data is sent directly to its intended recipient through TOR, a public network, that anonymously routes user data through several random and encrypted relay servers across the globe. Messaging servers are not used at all. This leaves no infrastructure or persistent data to attack.