certgate Smart Card Now With 1GB Flash Memory
Nurmeberg/San Francisco, 19 April 2009.- At this year's RSA Conference in San Francisco, the Nuremberg-based provider of security solutions for mobile devices will first present the certgate Smart Card microSD with 1 GB capacity, which is now ready for series production.
The new Smart Card microSD combines a powerful, Common Criteria evaluated crypto processor with a conventional flash memory, thus allowing digital key pairs (RSA 2048 Bit) and certificates to be generated and stored directly on the card.
With these features, the card provides a solid basis for a variety of security solutions in the field of mobile communications, as it also allows smart phones and PDAs, among others, to be integrated in PKI systems with maximum security standards. User data and e mails can be securely encrypted; all critical interfaces, drivers, applications, and functions of the terminal device can be configured to be tamper-proof, or blocked altogether if required.
"With the new Smart card generation we are taking advantage of the latest advances in component miniaturization," explains Dr. Paschalis Papagrigoriou, the CEO of the Nuremberg-based certgate GmbH. "Users benefit from additional flexibility because they have twice as much storage space available. Now they are able to store even more data directly on the card, securely encrypted."
certgate at the 2009 RSA Conference: April 20 through 24, 2009 San Francisco, Moscone Convention Center, Stand No. 1448 www.certgate.com
German Session "Security for Mobility ? Think bigger!" in the program of the RSA Conference on Wednesday, April 22nd 2009, 8:00 am - 8:50 am, Moscone Convention Center, Orange Room 130. Speakers: Axel Stett (COO, certgate GmbH), Ammar Alkassar (CEO, Sirrix AG) http://www.rsa.german-pavilion.com
About certgate GmbH:
certgate GmbH is a Nuremberg-based high-tech enterprise which was founded by Dr. Paschalis Papgrigoriou in 2004. The innovative company specializes in developing and marketing products and solutions which enhance the safety and user-friendliness of mobile communication devices. certgate has developed the first microSD card worldwide featuring Smart Card functionality, and has obtained patent protection for its technical lead in the field of mobile IT security.
Due to its strong cryptographic function, the certgate microSD Smart Card permits the generation, storage and safe use of certificates and personal safety keys. Consequently, it also supports encrypted data storage, safe mobile banking according to HBCI and EBICS standards, and the setting up of safe VPN connections from mobile devices. In close cooperation with implementation partners, certgate is also working on customized security solutions for smartphones, PDAs and other mobile devices, based on its certgate Smart Card micro SD. www.certgate.com
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Dr. Paschalis Papagrigoriou
Tel.: +49.911.93 52 3-0
Fax: +49.911.93 52 3-52
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