Authentec to Showcase Its Technologies at the Mobile World Congress 2012
The company is going to demonstrate an array of new security enhancing products before the existing customers as well as the prospects during Mobile World Congress. AuthenTec encryption technology, fingerprint sensors and identity management software are deployed by the leading mobile device, networking and computing companies, content and service providers, and governments worldwide. AuthenTec's mobile and network security solutions, which provide security to hundreds of millions of devices, include embedded and downloadable DRMcontent protection, mobile VPN client solutions, platform security to protect against hardware and software attacks, hardware IP for protocol and crypto acceleration, identity management software, and smart fingerprint sensors.
One of the most important demos will be for the company’s VPN Client for Android (News - Alert). The attendees will get to see how AuthenTec’s VPN Client 2.0 is capable of launching VPN via fingerprint authentication.
HDCP protection solutions and its newest smart fingerprint sensors for mobile phones and tablets will also be demonstrated at the events.
The company will also demonstrate touch-enabled soft card launch for mobile commerce and DRM content protection for mobile, which supports Android and Apple iOS.
In the release, AuthenTec informed that the Company will also demonstrate its DRM and VPN solutions at the Giesecke & Devrient (News - Alert) (G&D) booth (Hall 8, Stand B65) in combination with G&D's highly secure mobile operating system MobiCore.
Recently AuthenTec introduced its new content protection offering for high-bandwidth digital content protection (HDCP) that enables consumers to share high definition and high value content among multiple devices. The new offering, according to the company, is compatible with the latest HDCP2.1 specification and protects delivery of premium content between transmitter devices (consumer tablets, smartphones, game consoles, PCs, set-top boxes) and receiver devices (TVs, projectors, monitors).
Edited by Rich Steeves