DISA-compliant smart phone hits the street

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Trust Digital's Smartphone Security CAC Pack has been cleared for use in Windows Mobile Wireless e-mail implementations. The package complies with the Defense Information Systems Agency's just-published Wireless Security Technical Implementation Guide for Windows Mobile devices.

The product set, which consists of security software packaged with a Common Access Card, reader uses a Bluetooth-enabled CAC reader from baiMobile that works with users' current CAC and smart-card log-on procedures for commercial mobile communications devices.

The software and reader combination meets DISA requirements in addition to Federal Information Processing Standard 201 and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 guidelines for securing classified and sensitive data, the company said.

Building on the release of the DISA guidelines, Trust Digital said that it also has launched its CAC-enabled Mobile Security Jumpstart Program combining professional services with smart-card readers and smart-phone and server software for a 100-user secure messaging pilot.

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