Feb 07 , 2020
Understand your risks
When choosing an Omerta handset we recommend taking a simple risk assessment to identify your requirements. Understanding the level of risk helps establish your needs & you should be asking questions such as:
- Could you be considered a high-value target for potential hackers?
- Are the people you contact considered at risk also?
- Whom are you protecting your device from?
- What level of resource could these parties rely upon to hack your device?
- What is the impact on you or others should your device be hacked by these parties?
Choose the handset appropriate to the risk
We recommend the Titan range or The Divine Line should your device be at risk by state-sponsored players or large Enterprise-grade institutions. If your phone can be forensically analyzed over a significant period of time by technically advanced bad actors then you want as many defenses in place to deter attackers. This is because a clever attacker will utilize many different vectors to penetrate your handset & use trial and error to narrow down their attack. The extra protection offered by Titan M in conjunction with GrapheneOS, means a Titan/Divine handset can indefinitely withstand attack, using current, modern-day penetration techniques.
However, if your requirements are such that sustained, high resource attack is unlikely or, on event of expending large amounts of resources, you feel the impact to you is negligible then the Stealth is an excellent secure phone.
SME & privacy concerned individuals will benefit from the Stealth where as Journalists, Academics, Researchers, Solicitors, Medical Staff, Military & Politicians should consider the Titan range.
Are others a weak point?
Certain customers may be in a position where whom they communicate with is another risk factor & these parties may also be at risk of compromising your privacy. You can reduce this risk by ensuring they use Signal Private Messenger & enabling basic features such as self-destructing messages but this will not protect them from malicious apps leaking your data or bad actors hacking their handsets.
Remove the risk. Demand Omerta.