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Mobile & Wireless

Fixmo introduces mobile risk management products for govt

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 07:21 CET | News
Mobile risk management (MRM) company Fixmo will offer its Fixmo SafeZone Secure Browser and Fixmo SafeGuard Software Development Kit (SDK) at no charge to government and defense agencies. Fixmo offers a variety of mobile security and risk management products to government agencies at no charge including Fixmo Sentinel Desktop for BlackBerry and Android, Fixmo Sentinel Server Compliance Check (SCC) for BlackBerry Enterprise Server and the Fixmo SafeZone Secure Browser and SafeGuard SDK for iOS and Android. The Fixmo SafeZone Secure Browser is a fully contained and encrypted HTML-5 web browser that provides secure access to behind-the-firewall applications, content and documents on smartphones and tablets. The Secure Browser stays contained from the native browser on the device, ensuring a separation between personal and corporate data. It offers secure browsing on both iOS and Android devices using defense-grade FIPS 140-2 validated AES 256-bit encryption for all data stored within the browser and its local cache. The Fixmo SafeGuard SDK enables government agencies to add defense-grade security, policy management and IT controls to their custom applications for iOS and Android. With Fixmo SafeGuard, developers can enhance their mobile applications with the same FIPS 140-2 validated AES 256-bit encryption, advanced access controls and IT policies that are inherent in the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace service. Once an application is updated and re-packaged using the Fixmo SafeGuard SDK, organisations can deploy it into the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace and manage application policies using the Fixmo SafeZone or Fixmo Sentinel management console.


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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Fixmo
Countries: World
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