Reduce the attack surface
Mass-market smartphones, tablets and laptops are designed to make connections to public and private communication networks simple, easy and seamless. This convenience comes with the trade-off of reduced security and privacy. Whenever a device connects to a network it becomes vulnerable to security flaws in that network. These flaws can enable compromise of the device as well as interception of communications to and from the device.
While encryption helps, and ought to be standard operating practice, mobile phones, tablets and laptops are designed to transmit sensitive and private information openly on the Internet. Information leakage is a risk even on cellular networks. Any network communication has the risk of being monitored and invites infiltration of the communication device.
Guardian devices allow you to work in nations throughout the world with confidence that your associations, communications, data, devices, and intellectual property are secure and protected.
Glacier provisions a secure network for each device. All connections to this device are anonymous and secure. Devices do not share networks with other customers. Attribution of who is using the Glacier network and where it is being used is concealed, helping to maintain user anonymity.
Glacier devices establish encrypted connections to their provisioned Glacier network. Messages, calls, files, and web traffic are encrypted the moment they leave the device. As data transits the Glacier network it is secured with multiple layers of industry standard encryption, including end-to-end encryption. Data intended to be private is kept private.