For the third time in three years Malta based company Aloaha Ltd was this March at the CeBIT Trade Fair in Hanover to present its smart card/e-ID middleware technology. A special focus to this year’s presentation was dedicated to Aloaha’s security products for mobile and embedded devices.
CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments including the banking sector, government agencies, research and technology institutes and other participants from the ICT industry in general.
Theft of personal or business data is a major problem for ICT users wishing to secure sensitive data. The belief that all electronic transactions are secure and protected against intruders with just a password is highly debatable.
Smart Cards together with Aloaha’s cryptographic software are designed to cater for data protection issues. It is possible to define policies that grant access to sensitive data only to authorised persons. Aloaha’s middleware integrates the crypto material of the hardware token transparently into the application infrastructure to be interoperable with all types of applications.
The Malta Independent Online: Aloaha on CeBIT for the third time