DMI partners with Wave Systems to secure mobile enterprise
Sep 18, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Digital Management Inc., or DMI, a provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, and Wave Systems Corp., a provider of computer software for hardware- based digital security, have announced a partnership to offer government and commercial enterprises a range of trusted computing solutions to better secure mobile environments.
Under the terms of this partnership, DMI and Wave will develop, market, and deliver Trusted Computing-based security solutions for the mobile enterprise centered on Wave's groundbreaking Trusted Computing product suite.
DMI/Wave offerings include: Ultra Secure Tablet; Virtual Smartcard; and Enterprise-grade management and security for tablets. Ultra Secure Tablet is an enterprise-grade management and security for tablets. Trusted computing security enables strong second-factor authentication for network access, always-on encryption, and eliminates the need for extra passwords and is currently offered for Windows 7 and Window 8 devices.
Virtual Smartcard is more secure device, app, WiFi, and wired network access control, without the need for an extra piece of hardware. It utilizes the on-board Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for hardware-based security and available for Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices.
Enterprise Device Identity and Integrity prevents malicious intruders from accessing networks by knowing what devices are on it and how healthy they are. It eliminates device spoofing and the use of stolen credentials and prevents compromised devices from accessing the network and meets emerging NIST guidelines for BIOS integrity. Virtual Smartcard: More secure device, app, WiFi, and wired network access control, without the need for an extra piece of hardware. Utilizes the on-board Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for hardware-based security and available for Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices.
Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI founder and CEO said: "Enterprises are keenly aware of the increasingly sophisticated cyber threats and the catastrophic results of a major compromise. Trusted Computing offers greater protection for networks and endpoints over other solutions on the market because the security is built into the devices themselves. We're proud to be joining forces with Wave, one of the true pioneers in Trusted Computing. Together we can offer a full range of highly secure solutions for the mobile enterprise, all based on off-the-shelf hardware."
Steven Sprague, Wave CEO said: "DMI has a well-earned reputation for successfully delivering large-scale, mission-critical projects throughout the federal government and large commercial enterprises. As one of the pre-eminent mobile solutions providers - and the only one with deep trusted computing expertise - formalizing a partnership with DMI was a natural step for both sides. Our partnership will prove especially helpful for large-scale deployment opportunities where customers are interested in advanced mobile security capabilities enabled by Trusted Computing standards."
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