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At last, some Windows Mobile security certification

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 14-Mar-2008 10:14

In my last project before leaving Unisys to work full time here on Geekzone I was working with an Australian organisation who wanted to deploy Windows Mobile devices.

The only outstanding point in the whole project was security certification. Back then I asked Microsoft Australia, Microsoft New Zealand, Microsoft Corp and my Windows Mobile MVP peers for any information on this.

I came out with no answers. I knew there was something for the U.S. DoD, but couldn't find anything for Australia and New Zealand.

It seems this is now solved,  at least in Australia, where the Australian Deparment of Defence, Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) has accredited both Windows Mobile and Blackberry solutions.

I still haven't heard of anything similar here in New Zealand.

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