Justice gets security app for 100,000 users

The Justice Department has signed a four-year, department-wide license for Enterprise Mobile Security Manager software from Senforce Technologies Inc. for about 100,000 users.

The Santa Clara, Calif., company earlier this year supplied EMSM 2.5 to about 15,000 users in Justice's Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys.

The policy-based client security software, which lists for $89 per seat, incorporates a stateful firewall and enforces rules for different work locations. It ensures that users update their antivirus signatures from other vendors, reporting on compliance under the Federal Information Security Management Act.

EMSM runs on Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 and XP clients. Its encryption capability has Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 certification.


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