A set of standalone components and applications that improve security and increase system efficiency.
Mobile phones today are used for various types of online services that require secure authentication. Examples of such services are online banking and e-commerce transactions. Traditional online authentication mechanisms usually require users to remember some type of information, and often require the possession of an additional hardware token.
Mobile Biometric Authentication provides a secure authentication mechanism that uses citizens' biometric data (face image) and a mobile phone, eliminating the need to remember passwords or use any additional hardware modules.
Mobile applications that use a cryptographic security module (in the form of a micro SD card, embedded SE module or through the NFC interface) to carry out secure information transfer between clients. Crypto Voice requires an internet connection to perform the transfer of secure voice communication, while Crypto SMS is fully operational using only a GSM channel and without an internet connection.
Mobile applications from the Crypto Suite domain enable contactless reading of ID documents using the NFC communication channel, as well as the use of these documents for digital signature creation, data encryption and exchange of protected documents (with secure client authentication). Mobile Crypto Suite also has a desktop version that allows secure communication between mobile and desktop clients, guaranteeing a seamless user experience on different types of devices.