Mobile Armor Enables U.S. Joint Forces Command (J9) to Win “Showcase of Excellence Award”

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Mobile Armor’s innovative data security software assists J9 in winning Federal Leadership Council’s Showcase of Excellence Award.

Mobile Armor, LLC, a leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDS) solutions software, today announced that the United States Department of Defense, Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) Joint Experimentation Directorate (J9) has purchased Mobile Armor’s data security solutions to ensure the protection of its internal and off-site devices as a part of J9’s wireless and mobile device security initiatives. USJFCOM's J9 Directorate is rolling out software from Mobile Armor as an added level of security for remote clients. In the event of a lost or stolen device during remote access, the Mobile Armor software protects the device with AES, FIPS-compliant encryption.

Mobile Armor’s security solutions enable rapid deployment of security protection and centralized policy management, which allows U.S. Government agencies and enterprises alike to consolidate their critical security functions, encrypt and manage electronic assets and monitor security policy compliance for local and remotely deployed systems.

“Mobile Armor congratulates the U.S. Joint Forces Command’s Joint Experimentation Directorate (J9) on winning this year’s Federal Leadership Council’s Showcase of Excellence Award for the secure wireless architecture of its wireless local area network (WLAN).” said Chand Vyas, chairman and CEO of Mobile Armor.

More information on Mobile Armor’s relationship with J9’s wireless and mobile device security programs may be found online at

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Privately held, Mobile Armor is a St. Louis based leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security. Mobile Armor develops and markets the next-generation software suite that enables dynamic organizations to fully protect their critical electronic assets. Mobile Armor’s 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. Visit for more information.


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