ActivIdentity Corporation will introduce a new mobile security solution at the Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) 2010 for BlackBerry Users April 27th – 29th in Orlando, Fla.
The new product is specifically designed for the BlackBerry user and features a secure microSD card that enables users to sign secure emails digitally or provide two-factor authentication when accessing protected networks from a remote location.
The solution enables public key infrastructure (PKI) to work naturally at full strength on the smart phone. Whereas before, businesses found it nearly impossible to complete transactions on mobile BlackBerry devices without a way to connect or embed a smart chip and credential to the phone itself, now there is a secure microSD residing in a BlackBerry smart phone’s microSD card slot.
ActivIdentity is working to create smart phone authentication that can promise controlled access to Web-based applications and secure access to data and applications from the local network. Additionally their product can be used for mobile banking, merchant transactions, and e-commerce.