Cryptographic wireless communication device

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The total increase in the use of mobile devices inevitably leads to an increase in the number of different security threats. The cryptographic device described in this article provides a secure (encrypted) transmission of data. It alerts the user if the crypto headset at the opposite end of the link is not trusted, thus extending the offending model (i.e. a list of the potential opportunities of the offender) to the possibility of substituting one of the encrypting devices. All functions for encryption and decryption are enclosed in a separate unit that connects to the phone via Bluetooth. The crypto headset specifications were compared with the closest analogues and ensures a higher level of security for each group of consumers: The corporate sector, government agencies, and individual users.




Boruchinkin, A., Tolstaya, A., & Zhgilev, A. (2018). Cryptographic wireless communication device. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 123, pp. 110–115). Elsevier B.V.

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