Mobile Armor, LLC Joins the BlackBerry Alliance Program

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St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 23, 2005 — Mobile Armor, LLC, the leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDS) solutions software, today announced that it has joined the BlackBerry Alliance Program. This program allows Mobile Armor to strengthen its already robust advanced suite of security solutions for mobile devices. Mobile Armor’s flagship PolicyServer software seamlessly integrates its DataArmor full-disk strong encryption and pre-boot authentication security software with security applications provided by Mobile Armor or others. Mobile Armor’s security solutions use an extensible, cross-platform client and enterprise scalable web services based architecture.

“We have the most comprehensive data security solution in the marketplace and joining BlackBerry’s Alliance Program complements our total security solution and reinforces our commitment to address the PDA and smartphone security needs for the millions of devices in use across enterprises throughout the nation,” said Chand Vyas, Mobile Armor’s CEO.

About Research In Motion
BlackBerry is an end-to-end solution developed by Research In Motion Limited. Founded in 1984, Research In Motion is a world leader in the mobile communications market.

About Mobile Armor
Mobile Armor, LLC is a Saint Louis based leading provider of Enterprise Mobile Data Security (EMDSâ„¢). Mobile Armor develops and markets the next-generation software suite that enables dynamic organizations to fully protect business, financial, and operating information and data.

Mobile Armor’s solution has been certified to meet the standards and guidelines for security set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, an agency of the United States Government.

For further information about Mobile Armor contact:
Barb Johnston
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400 South Woodsmill Rd.
Suite 110
St. Louis, MO 63017
tel: 877-276-6778
fax: 877-277-7369

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