TeskaLabs Announces the Release of SeaCat Mobile Secure Gateway for iOS

Prague, Czech Republic, Jun 1, 2014 - TeskaLabs, a new hi-tech startup, just launched the first of its security solution for enterprise mobile applications, SeaCat Mobile Secure Gateway, enabling developers to build security directly into their mobile applications, protecting the communication channel and the backends.

"SeaCat is a unique tool as it provides an easy, click-it-and-forget-it approach on mobile app security implementation," said Ales Teska, CEO. "It gives developers full control and flexibility over how they want to integrate security into their mobile applications. "

To download free evaluation trial please visit Download and Tutorial.

About TeskaLabs

TeskaLabs provides Enterprise-grade Security Solutions for industrial, consumer mobile, and Internet of Things applications. With its robust and efficient plug-and-play security platform for any connected device, TeskaLabs offer an active, up-to-date security layer via software, hardware, and cloud products based on industry best practices. For more information, please visit www.teskalabs.com and follow @TeskaLabs on Twitter.

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Media contact:

Vladimira Teskova

Mobile: +44 (0) 7548 674986 (UK)

Email: vladimira.teskova@teskalabs.com




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