LARGO, FL--(Marketwired - August 10, 2016) - Stealth Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: STTH) announced today the latest new product offering -- Stealth Mobile, developed to protect the NFC chip and the data stored on your cell phone, is entering the final stages of development, in preparation for launch into the marketplace. It is designed to protect the personal and financial information stored on your cell phone, that is accessible through the Near Field Communication or NFC chip.
Although the NFC chip provides great entertainment and utility to your cell phone, it also allows data to be transferred without the user's knowledge through the use of remote access devices that are commonly available in today's marketplace. However, by adhering Stealth Mobile to the back of your cell phone, this data theft vulnerability will no longer be possible.
"We are excited to bring Stealth Mobile to market, as the next in the series of technology products designed to protect personal and financial data. We feel that Stealth Mobile will make a significant contribution and play a valuable role in providing protection to consumers' everyday lives by securing their personal information, messages, and financial data currently stored in, and accessible through, their cell phones," said CEO Brian McFadden. "We will provide updates to the public as the launch date approaches, and the future development of our mobile phone line commences," added McFadden.
About Stealth Technologies, Inc.
Stealth Technologies Inc. is a technology company focused on product development and sales in the personal financial protection and data protection businesses. Stealth Card, the company's first product to market, is designed to protect the RFID chip in a consumer's credit card from "electronic pickpocketing" that uses a smartphone, credit card reader or RFID antenna to remotely access data stored on the consumer's "Smartchip." Stealth Card renders the chipped information invisible or "Stealth" to intrusion.
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