Reality Mobile chose smart device security company Mocana to provide its NanoSSL secure data transport suite to efficiently encrypt and protect streaming video and visual data for Android devices used by military and national security personnel.
Fujitsu was in attendance at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference on Monday, unveiling the latest products in its STYLISTIC and LIFEBOOK product lines. The two devices, described as lightweight, powerful and secure, are Windows 8 ready and expected to be made available for commercial use during the third quarter of 2012.
Virginia-based SpydrSafe Mobile Security has combined elements of two of its applications to create a solution that secures and protects corporate data in the advent of "Bring Your Own Device" policies in the workplace.
Cummings' products employ a FIPS 140-2-validated patent-pending cryptographic foundation for all of its products.
Ingram Micro's BrightPoint acquisition aims to create a leading global provider of device lifecycle services and solutions for the mobility industry.
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Within the next two years, NFC security will account for half of mobile device hardware security revenues.