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March 16, 2015

California tech industry veteran joins Intercede Board of Directors

Rob Chandhok, long regarded as a cybersecurity and IoT expert, appointed as Non-Executive Director of Intercede Group plc Cybersecurity expert Intercede today announced that Rob Chandhok will join its Board of Directors effective April 1, 2015 as an independent non-executive director. Mr. Chandhok is a technology strategist who is well versed in creating business value Read More

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February 26, 2015

Rivetz chooses Intercede’s MyTAM service to secure Bitcoin wallets and e-commerce transactions

Intercede loads Rivetz apps into the cryptographically-secured Trusted Execution Environment built into leading Android handsets Lutterworth, UK/Boston, MA – Cybersecurity expert Intercede today announced that app development toolkit provider Rivetz has signed up to its MyTAM service to protect customers’ Bitcoin wallets, e-commerce apps and messaging services on the Android platform. By loading an app Read More

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February 24, 2015

KoolSpan and Intercede partner to facilitate deployment of secure voice apps on Android

Intercede’s MyTAM service loads KoolSpan’s TrustCall VE solution into the Trusted Execution Environment to provide secure voice calls across mobile carrier networks Lutterworth, UK and Bethesda, MD, USA – Cybersecurity specialist Intercede and secure communications provider KoolSpan today announced a partnership utilising the MyTAM service to enable KoolSpan’s government-grade protection of customers’ voice calls from Read More

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Intercede in the media

March 25, 2015

Report sheds light on inadequacy of BYOD policies in mitigating security risk

A new study from Flexera Software and IDC suggests enterprises are not realising all the risks associated with mobile app security, with reference to an Intercede research study carried out in October 2014.


March 24, 2015

Intercede MyTAM allows devs to load apps securely onto malware-prone Android

Intercede’s cloud-based MyTAM service uses TEE to bypass Google’s mobile software.

The Inquirer

March 24, 2015

TEE provides safe environment for secure Android app development

Security questions surrounding the Android platform means consumers and enterprises are understandably wary. The Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) gives developers the power to build customer trust.

App Developer Magazine