Monday, August 17, 2009

New Bluetooth Smart Card Reader Revealed by RIM

RIM has released a new version of their BlackBerry smart card reader. The BlackBerry smart card reader has been used by government officials and other companies since 2005. RIM is well known for their dedication to keeping data secure and the new Bluetooth smart card reader is a prime example of that.

This new model can be work seamlessly with your BlackBerry using the latest Bluetooth technology. If your card is out of range you can easily lock it from your device or your PC to keep it from getting in the wrong hands. It also comes with an enhanced paring system that supports numerous pin combinations and codes.

The card's new sleek design will keep you secure in style and features an easier to read layout that will make your card more readable. It also supports ISO 7816 compliant, PIV, CAC and Safenet 330 card models along with the ability to use the reader cardless.

It's no wonder why RIM continues to be used by many top notch organizations that cannot afford a security breach. The new BlackBerry smart card reader is no exception and will add another dimension to the business world.

The reader is expected to be released sometime in September and it is important to note it will only work on OS 5.0 and up. More information and an interactive demo can be found on the BlackBerry website.

[via CrackBerry]

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