RuPad - High security tablet for Russian law enforcement agencies

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Russia's Central Information Technology and Economic Management Systems (CRIEISU) and ROSTECH's collaboration bore fruit. Russia's law enforcement agencies have received the first batch of new tablets called RuPad incorporating cutting-edge technologies; the tablet is based on RCISCU open source operating system developed by Russian software engineers and designed for ultimate protection of confidential information used by various Russian government agencies.

"In terms of specifications, the tablet's hardware is able to compete with Western rivals, but to develop a top notch hardware wasn't the ultimate objective of developers. The goal was to write an operating system, which can safely store sensitive information, while enabling secure Internet access for users," said representative of CRIEISU Dmitry Petrov.

The tablet is watertight and crushproof as well. It is capable of operating 1 meter under water for 30 minutes and has sufficient strength to withstand a fall from a height of 2 meters; the tablet is operational between -22 and +55 degrees centigrade.

RuPad can run Android apps as well, but the apps can't access other data on the hard drive. The tablet was designed without remote access capability. It connects to the Internet through a VPN solution, which protects the device against real-time network attacks.

(Hídfő.net -hungarianambiance.com)

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