Baltimore Technologies has launched a digital signature toolkit for mobile devices. KeyTools Telepathy m-Sign provides wireless developers with the technology required to develop first-to-market secure mobile applications enabling transactions on phones and personal digital assistants. It extends Baltimore's e-security product range to mobile devices via digital signatures and their associated keys, certificates and cryptographic engines within the WIM (Wireless Identity Module). Baltimore's global business development director Andrew O'Connor said digital signatures prove the identity of the user and the integrity of the data being exchanged.
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