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Bluefire Intros Mobile Security

Bluefire announced the availability of the Bluefire Mobile Security Professional Edition version 4.0 on Bluefire's Website

BALTIMORE -- Bluefire, a leading developer of security solutions for wireless devices, today announced the availability of the Bluefire Mobile Security(TM) Professional Edition version 4.0 on Bluefire's website. Bluefire's Professional Edition is designed to secure devices using Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system including Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, and Smartphone.

Bluefire developed the Professional Edition to accommodate the ever-growing mobile and wireless market. The Professional Edition offers:

  • Protection for a lost or stolen device

  • Confidentiality of information residing on the device including

    email, personal banking information, or address books

  • Device security while accessing the Internet

    "The use of smartphones is rapidly increasing as well as the use of data intensive web downloads on devices, including music and video," said Bluefire CEO, Mark Komisky. "It is important to Bluefire to offer always-on protection to these business professionals and prosumers, along with enterprises."

    Bluefire Security Technologies Inc.

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