Baltimore and Openwave team to bring security to wireless transactions
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Openwave Systems has entered an agreement to integrate Baltimore Technologies’ wireless eSecurity offering with its WAP products to accelerate the adoption of trusted wireless transactions.

By embedding Baltimore’s root digital certificates into the Openwave UP.Browser, wireless network operator customers are able to offer wireless services with additional layers of security and authentication for subscribers engaging in mCommerce and mBanking.

“Wireless network operator customers recognise the value that enhanced security brings to business,” said Jeff Damir, group vice president of the Device Product Group for Openwave. “The eSecurity solutions offer a high level of trust and end-to-end security making them a natural strong partner in this next evolution of trusted services

Customers can easily install WTLS Server Certificates on the UP.Link and Secure Enterprise Proxy, providing an additional layer of security for the delivery of wireless Internet content and applications to mobile handsets.

About Openwave Systems
The combination of and, Openwave is a leader of open Internet-based communication infrastructure software and applications. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

About Baltimore
Baltimore Technologies employs over 1000 people worldwide and operates from over 30 cities, with headquarters in Dublin, Ireland; London, UK; Boston, USA and Sydney, Australia. It develops and markets security products and services to enable companies to develop trusted, secure systems for eBusiness, the Internet and mobile commerce. The company markets and sells directly and through the TrustedWorld channel program.
Baltimore’s Telepathy solutions are targeted at eCommerce companies, mobile operators and software developers to deploy complete end-to-end security solutions for mobile commerce.

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