Encryption gets personal

Monday, 8 November 2004, 12:17 PM EST

Smartcard vendor Gemplus last week announced plans to secure wireless communications by using the name, phone number or email address of the intended recipient as the encryption key. The system is intended to be easier and cheaper to manage than the complex public key infrastructure (PKI) systems currently used for most secure enterprise communications.

By Daniel Robinson at vnunet.

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