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JP Mobile acquires PDA Defense from Asynchrony Solutions, Inc
Posted on 20-May-2004 08:42. | Tags Filed under: News.

JP Mobile acquires PDA Defense from Asynchrony Solutions, Inc
JP Mobile has signed an agreement to immediately acquire the PDA Defense product from Asynchrony Solutions, Inc., and re-brand the product as SureWave Mobile Defense.

With this acquisition JP Mobile provides multi-layered security for Microsoft Windows Mobile, Palm, Symbian and Research In Motion (RIM) devices.

The integration of the PDA Defense stand alone security solution with JP Mobile's SureWave Enterprise Server results in a solution where data is encrypted on transmission and on device, creating a fully 'Integrated Mobile Device Security' solution. This positions JP Mobile as currently the only company that provides Push Email/PIM solutions that also provide end-to-end security where all data, including authentication data such as user names, passwords, etc. are encrypted.

JP Mobile will be launching three new editions of the SureWave Mobile Defense product all of which will have the core PDA Defense device security features.

SureWave Mobile Defense - Enterprise Edition will be offered as an add-on to the SureWave Enterprise Server and will be sold by JP Mobile direct sales force and through JP Mobile channel partners.

Stand Alone Product will be offered as a stand-alone product direct to the enterprise customer through JP Mobile direct sales force, and JP Mobile channel partners.

SureWave Mobile Defense - Network Edition will be offered as a hosted mobile security solution to carriers, ASP's and ISP's.

SureWave Mobile Defense automatically and securely locks mobile devices with an easy-to-use interface and flexible protection system. Administrators can now implement stronger security for mobile devices by enhancing password-based protection, encrypting all databases on the device and utilizing the patent-pending Bit Wipe technology to remove proprietary data after a number of incorrect password attempts. With its high level of security, SureWave Mobile Defense is currently used within several branches of the federal government, including the FBI and the military, and Global 2000 enterprises.

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