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Trustonic says it will expand support to include Huawei’s Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) on its mobile application security platform, Trustonic Application Protection (TAP).

Until now, TAP has enabled app developers to build apps secured by both strong application shielding for iOS and Android, and hardware-based protection for the 1.7 billion Android devices embedded with Trustonic’s TEE during manufacture. The new multi-TEE capability will be demonstrated for the first time at MWC19 in Barcelona, where Trustonic and Huawei will show trusted applications running on Huawei smartphones utilizing Huawei’s TEE.

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