Mobile phones key to e-commerce security

Thursday, 5 September 2002, 9:52 AM EST

RSA Security has launched an authentication product that uses SMS messages to grant access to business Web sites. RSA Mobile is intended to help merchants and customers on the Web trust each other - without the need for special hardware or software on the end-user's system.

"Distributing a key to the user's phone means that the user does not have to install any hardware or software, and the interface is intuitive," said Sarah Kent, business & corporate development manager at RSA Security.

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