St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 4, 2006
Mobile Armor, LLC, a leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDS™) solutions software, today announced that the United States Department of Defense (DOD), with its focus on security and American ingenuity, has awarded a contract to Mobile Armor for safeguarding the critical data and information of top-level civilian and military leaders at the DOD. Mobile Armor’s software provides an added level of security in the event of a lost or stolen device by protecting the device with AES, Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS)-validated encryption.
Under the terms of the contract, Mobile Armor’s security solutions software meets the rigorous requirements issued by the Department of Defense Directive Number 8100.2. Mobile Armor believes that its ability to provide the only next-generation, complete EMDS software solution was essential to the DOD’s selection of Mobile Armor’s data security software which includes: cross-platform centralized management and reporting under a single console for local and remotely deployed systems; data protection through high-speed, full-device encryption; two-factor authentication at pre-boot allowing the use of the government-mandated Common Access Card (CAC) when authenticating to a device; and the ability to establish secure connection between mobile devices and corporate networks.
“We are honored to protect the data integrity of our highest level of Department of Defense personnel,” said Chand Vyas, chairman and CEO of Mobile Armor. “Keeping our Nation’s data safe is one of Mobile Armor’s founding goals and by defending our Nation’s vital electronic assets from potential compromise, we are achieving that goal.”
About Mobile Armor
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 http://www.mobilearmor.com for more information.