Mobile Security

Good Technology, Northrop Gruman Providing Mobile Security For Army

8/18/2009
The firms are deploying the Good Mobile Messaging Secure Multipurpose Internet Main Extensions (Good S/MIME) on a broad range of Microsoft Windows Mobile devices so users of the Army Knowledge Online portal will be able to access and send sensitive information.

Fixing BlackBerry Spyware Hack In UAE

7/17/2009
SMobile Systems has a solution for the recent spyware-laden update sent out to BlackBerry users on the Etisalat network in the United Arab Emirates.

TJX To Pay $9.75M For Massive Security Breach

6/25/2009
The parent company of clothing retailers TJ Maxx and Marshalls, has agreed to pay nearly $10 million to 41 states in the aftermath of a data breach that was considered one of the biggest ever and jeopardized millions of payment card numbers. Find out when the breach occurred, how many credit and debit card numbers were exposed and other details here.

Device Manager Tracks Lost Smartphones

5/11/2009
New Zenprise module strengthens support for administrators of the BlackBerry Enterprise solution with device locator, auditing and performance features.

SteelWorks Mobile Available For BES 5.0

5/11/2009
The appliance offers the EverAvail suite of applications that leverage the high-availability features of BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 to provide robust, self-contained, automated fail-over and facilities for disaster back-up/recovery and patch management.

Mr. President, Your BlackBerry Is Almost Ready

4/27/2009
With persistent security concerns apparently being overcome, President Barack Obama is reportedly getting the thumbs up to soon obtain a souped-up BlackBerry for use in and around the White House and during presidential travel.
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