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Samsung integrates Mocana KeyVPN product in Knox offering

Wednesday 3 April 2013 | 12:18 CET | News
Samsung has integrated mobile security specialist Mocana's FIPS 140-2 Validated KeyVPN product into its new Knox security service. Mocana KeyVPN is a complete, full-featured VPN service with a GUI that is designed for the integration of VPN functionality into Android devices. KeyVPN is based on Mocana's NanoSec code base. KeyVPN features automatic VPN initiation, multiple gateway handling to connect to multiple VPNs, network-to-network roaming and handoff, and advanced split-tunnelling functionalities.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Mocana / Samsung
Countries: World
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Mocana is the global app security expert, counting five of the top seven Android handset makers as customers, with deep expertise born from a decade of experience securing embedded devices across the Internet of Things; from medical devices to aerospace and defense, from smart grid to industrial automation. For more information, visit www.mocana.com.
Kurt Stammberger @ 3/4/2013 - 15:08


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