In line with PM Modi's 'Aatmanirbhar Bharat Mission', the Indian Army on Thursday launched a secured messaging application platform named 'Secure Application for the Internet' (SAI). Speaking further about the details of 'SAI' the Ministry of Defence said that this mobile application for Android will support end-to-end secure voice, text and video calling services. This application is similar to the applications like Telegram and WhatsApp, it added.
According to the statement released by the Ministry of Defence, SAI has been vetted by CERT-in empanelled auditor and Army Cyber Group. It also informed that the process for filing Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) hosting the infrastructure on NIC and working on iOS platform is currently in progress.
Ministry of Defence also informed that SAI will be used by pan Army to ensure securing messaging. Upon reviewing the functionalities of the application, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh praised Col Sai Shankar for his skill and ingenuity for developing the application.