- SAI has been vetted by CERT-in empaneled auditor and Army Cyber Group
- Process for filing Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is in progress
- SAI to be utilised pan Army to facilitate messaging within the service
In the hunt for ”Atmanirbhar Bharat”, Indian Army has evolved and released a at ease messaging software named the “Secure Application for the Internet (SAI)” that helps an give up-to-stop secure voice, textual content and video calling services for Android platform over Internet, the Ministry of Defence stated here on Thursday.
“The version is much like commercially available messaging applications like WhatsApp, Telegram, SAMVAD and GIMS and utilises end-to-cease encryption messaging protocol. SAI rankings over on protection features with nearby in-residence servers and coding, which may be tweaked as consistent with necessities,” the ministry stated in a release.
According to the announcement, the software has been vetted by way of CERT-in empaneled auditor and Army Cyber Group, and the manner for submitting Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) website hosting the infrastructure on NIC and operating on iOS platform is presently in development.
“SAI could be utilised pan Army to facilitate comfortable messaging in the provider. The Defence Minister after reviewing the functionalities of the app complimented Col Sai Shankar for his ability and ingenuity for developing the application,” it added.