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Secured Universe Inc.

Secured Universe Inc.

We STOP Malware on the 2B+ Devices Powered by Android.

San Diego, California, US

healthcare, finance, mobile, consumer products, wireless, smartphone, security, android, privacy, banking, cyber security, enterprise mobility management, government, encryption, tech startup, tablets, carrier services, data security, anti-virus, drm, encryption, copy p, malware, virtualization, enterprise security, secured platform, phablet, cost reduction, remote device management

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$355,000 of $2,000,000
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Secured Universe Inc. is raising $2,000,000 with a minimum reservation of $25,000. Numbers displayed include non-binding reservations before investors are verified, signed, or closed.


  • Watch us turn a $5M asset into over $100M
  • Proven Traction Since 2012
  • Unmatched Team

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We are renting tablets in jails for $20 per day and our cost is $5. Any questions?


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COOLEST COMPANIES: Secured Universe is 1of the 20 Coolest Companies, per San Diego Venture Group

May, 2016

# of Breaches in over 3 yrs = 0

July, 2017

# of States = 7

July, 2017

# of Tablet in Rental Service 4Q 2018 = 10,000

July, 2017

Field Testing (Years) = 2

July, 2017

1GEN Tablets In Operation = 10,000+

July, 2017

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any technical details on how your solution works with Android's API? Arguably, a lot of the security holes come from the API themselves. Can you do anything about those? Now that Android's latest release enables fine-grain app permissions, doesn't that solve a lot of the current malware issues?

Individual api fixes and app permissions controls have contributed significantly to the security of Android, but by no means makes Android immune to malware. If anything, it only solves some of the poor choices the Android team made from early on. Our BiTSentry solution is designed to mitigate risk down to the kernel level. Sophisticated malware regardless of the API or granular app permissions will be able to function where there is a vulnerability either in the OS, drivers, etc or the kernel, let alone the silliness in the API we have seen. BiTSentry does not detect or predict. Our approach is to assume 100% that there is a vulnerability possible and that every application, system app or download is possible malware. We then mitigate that risk by running every application in its own dynamic virtual machine fortress (think virtual machine optimized for security) that contains the application and its data. In the event there is a vulnerability, breach, or malware, it is by default contained and can only harm

What was experience at MWC 2016?

Mobile World Congress MWC 2016 Barcelona MWC is the Olympics of telecom world. It is big, it is global, and everybody is there. As an overview: THE NUMBERS: of the streams of seminars/roundtables (66 per our count), SECURITY was the main topic in 47%. Specifically, in 11 sessions (17 %) SECURITY was the main topic and in another 21 sessions (32%) it was a major theme. e.g. of “Major theme:” a) Enterprise Mobility Roundtable – CIO’s discussing mobility transforming their companies, discussed security as the #1 issue to be resolved. b) Innovation in Digital Finance – “Device security” is major driver. c) ENABLING THE SMART WORKFORCE; device security (not cost) is the major hold-back. d) Future of Health is Wearables: user and data security are paramount. The “Main topics” included sessions titles like: a) NEW SECURITY & ENCRYPTION PARADIGMS b) SECURING THE INTERNET OF THINGS c) PUTTING PRIVACY AT THE CORE OF DIGITAL d) MOBILE IS SECURING THE DIGITAL ID.

How big is this market? how fast is it growing?

The Mobile Device Security market in 2015 was $5Bn USD. In 2020 it will be at least $20 Bn USD. (for reference, the total Cyber Security market was $106Bn in 2015 and in 2020 will be $170 Bn.) The share allocated to Mobile will increase from approx. 4% to 15%, and this is conservative given the massive growth in connected mobile devices (IoT, tablets, smartphones) and the high priority that enterprises and global carriers are putting on securing the mobile device.