SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2006 -- SANTA MONICA, Calif. Christine Karman, CEO of Izecom, ... Smartphone News forum
Izecom Announces Launch of Izemail Encryption for Blackberry
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2006 -- SANTA MONICA, Calif. Christine Karman, CEO of Izecom, an email encryption company and a FutureVest, Inc. (Pink Sheets:FRVT) venture portfolio company, announced today the release of its Izemail S/MIME encryption product for the Blackberry by Research in Motion.
This new product 'Izemail for Blackberry' is the first in a range of solutions to support secure email encryption on mobile platforms. "As more and more companies rely on mobile platforms for their confidential corporate email, we believe this product will fill an immediate need for privacy and security for these mobile platforms using encryption; such a solution is slowly becoming mandated by certain U.S. and state law," noted Karman. "As AIVD, the Dutch Intelligence Service announced yesterday, the Blackberry by itself is not secure for confidential government email." -- More details...
SWEET DEAL!!! I just wonder if this company built a "backdoor" to this program...highly illegal and would cost them dearly in the future.
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Re: Izecom Announces Launch of Izemail Encryption for Blackberry
No backdoor. Izemail on bb doesn't make use of an online service or server, so how can there be a backdoor? It uses certificates on the device itself, so even your sysadmin can't read your email if you don't want them to.
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