St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 14, 2005
Mobile Armor, LLC, a leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDS) solutions software, today announced immediate availability of its revolutionary DataArmor for Linux enterprise security system. DataArmor for Linux version 2.1 broadens Mobile ArmorÂs advanced centrally managed full-disk encryption system for Linux to include dual-boot system support and enhanced enterprise based policy control.
By providing a wide variety of industry-recognized authentication methods, the highest available data security via full-disk encryption, and advanced centralized security policy control and management, DataArmor for Linux version 2.1 offers the most flexible computer security system available for Linux today. Now in its second generation, DataArmor for Linux version 2.1 is the only product available in the enterprise data security market that provides complete hard disk encryption for this important platform.
ÂMobile ArmorÂs DataArmor already provides the most robust platform support on the market for Windows, Palm OS, Pocket PC, and BlackBerry; this furthers our cause and meets the needs of our Linux customers,Â said Bryan Glancey, Mobile ArmorÂs Chief Technology Officer.
Linux is a Unix-type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world.
About Mobile Armor
Mobile Armor, LLC is a Saint Louis based leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDSÂ). Mobile Armor develops and markets the next-generation software suite that enables dynamic organizations to fully protect business, financial, and operating information and data.
Mobile ArmorÂs solution has been certified to meet the standards and guidelines for security set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, an agency of the United States Government.
For further information about Mobile Armor contact:
400 South Woods Mill Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63017
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