Security firm Voltage is set to enter the enterprise mobility market with its Security Mobile Plus initiative.
The company said the programme would seek out large enterprise customers and service providers as partners for the development of encryption and data security platforms for mobile devices.
Based on the company's Identity Based Encryption and Format Preserving Encryption, the initiative will seek to develop encryption platforms which are able to secure data on mobile devices and cloud platforms without the need for specifying sections of storage as encrypted blocks.
This would add the ability for application-based and granular encryption controls.
The company said that the initiative would seek to secure traditional enterprise mobility platforms such as email and messaging while also extending encryption protection into areas such as e-commerce and mobile payments.
"The Voltage Security Mobile Plus initiative builds on our leadership in delivering data-centric encryption to the largest companies in the world,” said Voltage vice president of product management Mark Bower.
"We are taking our expertise in data-centric security, and our encryption and key management leadership, and building a comprehensive set of data-centric mobile security solutions for email, files, data and payments security."
The company said that as the initiative develops it will offer the technologies alongside current products such as Voltage SecureData Web and SecureData Payments.
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