Cabinet Office awards quality mark for Pocket PC security

The Cabinet Office’s Central Sponsor for Information Assurance (CSIA) has awarded Pointsec Mobile Technologies a quality mark for its Pocket PC mobile security system.

The Cabinet Office’s Central Sponsor for Information Assurance (CSIA) has awarded Pointsec Mobile Technologies a quality mark for its Pocket PC mobile security system. 

The CSIA Claims Tested (CCT) mark is awarded to products once they have gone through a testing and evaluation process, and is designed to give government departments, the police and local authorities the confidence that products offered are secure.

Pointsec for Pocket PC combines enforceable mandatory access control and strong encryption to create an advanced enterprise security system. User credentials and confidential data can therefore remain private, enabling organisations to use mobile PC technology without compromising security.

Pocket PC is now one of the fastest growing operating systems in the mobile device sector, and competes against the Symbian, Palm and Linux operating systems, among others.

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