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Data Security with MOBILEmanager®

MOBILEmanager® Supplies Five Highly Effective Encoding Technologies:


First of all, MOBILEmanager® can use existing key management to integrate other encoding systems (that may already be in place). This does not require additional work. Products from third companies that not only satisfy the latest standards but are also evaluated and certified as per ITSEC or CC can also be integrated easily. Beyond this, it can utilise encoding methods coded with hardware (such as PCMCIA, PCI or ISA cards or USB bars).
Finally, MOBILEmanager® supports common VPN applications and RADIUS authentications. It is compatible with modern standards such as IPSec and common VPNClients meeting maximum security requirements.

  Five-Fold Access Security:

MOBILEmanager® offers a wide range of mechanisms for user and application authentification and authorisation. The combination of these techniques delivers a security system satisfying even the highest requirements.

MOBILEmanager® makes sure that your sensitive corporate data can be securely transmitted by mobile radio.

1. Device Authentication:
A software serial number, die world-wide unambiguous equipment number used for mobile communication moduls (IMEI - International Mobile Equipment Identity) and subscriber call numbers (CLI - Calling Line Identity) of the connecting devices need to be explicitly enabled on the MOBILEmanager®  gateway and will be checked during connection establishment. This means that you can be sure that stolen notebooks can't access the network. Additional device data can be added to the authtication matrix, e.g. system name, MAC addresses of built-in network modules and CPU IDs.

2. Application Server and Application Firewall:
The application server's IP address and an application's port numbers and names can be explicitly cleared or blocked, allowing you to check individual application servers and applications. Unknown software or additional software installations, e.g. malware, will be blocked from any data communication across networks.

3. Access Rights Depending on Used Networks:
Applications may only transfer data across carrier and provider networks for which they have been given explicit permission. This feature allows to control which application server is addressed under which conditions and which applications shall be allowed to use particular networks at all. Not registered applications will be blocked all together. Thus, data synchronisation can be handled different from access to a specified file.

4. Secure Runtime Evironment:
So-called individual plug-in modules check presumption concerning the current status of the mobile device like active firewall processes and virus scanners and/or up-to-date software updates and signature files before establishing any connection to public data networks.

5. RADIUS (optional) (Remote Authentification Dial In User Service):
Access is protected by password with a log-in/password pair, meaning only authorised users have access.

6. Minimization of Access to the Corporate Network from public data networks:
All data connectivity managed by MOBILEmanager® will use one and the same IP port for all application data that shall be provided for the corporate network.
Furthermore, the patented protocol just applies TCP/IP as the underlying carrier protocol. MOBILEmanager® does not use the TCP/IP protocol data in any way; the data session is handled independently. And so, the corporate network is complete separated from the public networks.