Securing wireless transactions

Chen, Anne
April 2001
eWeek;04/02/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p44
Predicts the extension of the security and identity verification capabilities of public-key infrastructure in wired transactions in the United States to wireless transactions. Modification of public-key infrastructure products for mobile applications; Enabling of wireless users to encrypt their over-the-air communications.


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