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Bluefire Security Supports Symbian OS-Based Mobile Devices
Posted on 4-Apr-2006 08:04. | Tags Filed under: News.

Bluefire Security Technologies has joined the Symbian Platinum Program, which will see Bluefire supporting the market for Symbian OS devices, offering a range of integrated security solutions, including its Bluefire Mobile Security Suite and VPN.

The new products will target devices manufactured by Nokia, Motorola, and Sony Ericsson, among others.

"Today's announcement expands Bluefire's support to include three of the largest handset manufacturers using Symbian OS," says Mark Komisky, CEO of Bluefire Security Technologies. "Enterprise customers will have the ability to support ubiquitous mobile security policies across a deployment of mixed mobile devices based on Symbian OS. Our participation in the Symbian Platinum Program will allow Bluefire to further expand in Europe and Asia, where Symbian is the predominant mobile operating system."

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