Phones gain coded security

Friday, 17 September 2004, 9:05 AM EST

Cryptography firm Certicom has announced a cross-platform security toolkit for future mobile phone handsets.

The Certicom Security Architecture for Mobility will provide a common programming interface for developers to access functions such as encryption across various mobile chipsets and operating systems, according to the firm. The move should speed development of handsets with better security.

By Daniel Robinson at TechNewsWorld.

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