Based on the fascinating concept of Quantum Trilogy – a closed group of users connected through the Internet to dedicated private servers in Switzerland and using genuine quantum devices to secure communications – our flagship application is built on top of Signal, the leading open-source secure messaging software. This application allows your personnel and clients to speak in a secure and private environment. Whether you are sending files, making calls or sending text messages, Quantum Voice is the ideal solution for security-sensitive information.
Continuously protected with the best encryption methods and standards available today and cohesive maintenance plans for tomorrow, you can rest easy knowing your communications are always safe.
Moreover, to further increase the entropy (*) for our encryption we use a unique quantum device – called quantum random number generator (QRNG) – fully integrated between your devices and our back-end servers.
The Quantum Voice App allows multiple internal group chat to further simplify and secure collaboration involving private and sensitive information.
Each external party can only talk to the person that invited them and by design cannot talk to anybody else, which drastically reduces the possibility of social engineering.
With Quantum Voice, you can select your own message retention policy by choosing how long a message is viewable before it is deleted.
The main reason why services like Signal, Whatsapp, and Quantum Voice are very resistant to eavesdropping is that they employ end to end encryption. This means that your device encrypts the message/file/voice to a key which only the recipient has. Once the recipient receives your data, only they can decrypt it on their device.
We have further augmented Signal by putting a PIN or Fingerprint lock on the app. As a result, each user needs a custom pin code or a fingerprint recognized by their phone to unlock the app and read/respond to messages.
(*) In computing, entropy is the randomness collected by an operating system or application for use in cryptography.