Using Sub Rosa in Commerical and Healthcare

Sub Rosa: mobile web browser and email reader app



How Can I use Sub Rosa if I’m not part of a government organization?

Sub Rosa can be used by any individual or organization using smart cards or derived credentials. Military and government organizations are one use case because they make up a majority of our customer base- because they have been using smart cards (the Common Access Cards) for years.

Sub Rosa allows the user to sign, encrypt, and decrypt email, browse websites, and access secure networks, like a VPN, from their Apple or Android mobile devices. Sub Rosa is secure, customizable, and versatile - meaning it can be used in various industries and tailored to meet the needs of the end user.

Other sectors that can benefit from Sub Rosa are the commercial and healthcare industries.



A majority of the commercial data breaches that made headlines: Target, Netflix, and Home Depot- resulted from a hack targeting a third-party that had access to the intended party’s network.

Typically, the hacker gains the login credentials of one user (a username/password-combo), then uses the credentials to gain access to a network. Once the hacker has access to the network- they infiltrate a network and upload malware to obtain the information they want; including: customer names, credit card information, and sometimes social security numbers.

Sub Rosa allows for businesses using smart cards or derived credentials to securely access information on their company’s network- dramatically decreasing the risk of having login credentials stolen- leading to a data breach.



The healthcare industry is comprised of personal information that can easily be accessed by physicians and hospitals thanks to the use of electronic health records (EHR). Unfortunately, those records are also vulnerable to cybercriminals because of out-of-date software.

As the use of mobile devices continues to increase in the healthcare industry, the lack of security is a major concern among cybersecurity experts and physicians. Especially after the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack affected hospitals, businesses, and governments around the world.

Sub Rosa allows for physicians, nurses, and hospitals to securely access EHR, websites, and other third-party applications.

Recovering from a data breach can cost businesses millions, as a result of a tarnished brand and a loss of trust from consumers. Your customers and patients shouldn’t have to worry that their information will be stolen. Invest in mobile security. Invest in Sub Rosa. Remember, prevention is more cost-effective than crisis management.