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GigaTrust Brings Enterprise Rights Management To Apple's iPhone And iPad

GigaTrust extends Microsoft AD RMS to rights-enable the iOS platform

HERNDON, Va., April 12, 2011/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --GigaTrust, the market leader in Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) content protection software solutions that enhance and extend Microsoft Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS), today announced product availability of the GigaTrust for iPhone and iPad mobile devices.

This is a first of its kind product for enterprise users. The product consists of a client and "Mobility Server" component that enables persistent content protection for the iPhone and iPad equivalent to that provided by GigaTrust for the BlackBerry smartphone and Windows Desktop.

Unlike secure point-to-point messaging solutions that only protect data while in transit, GigaTrust for iPhone and iPad protects content at rest, in transit, and in use, allowing users to securely deliver and persistently protect emails while they are being read on the device. Additionally, iPhone and iPad users can apply GigaTrust protection to outgoing emails and email responses.

"By adding the GigaTrust for iPhone and iPad offering to our portfolio of products, we continue with our tradition of delivering RMS enablement for the most critical and strategic use points in the enterprise and in the fulfillment of our mission to protect content no matter where or how it travels," said Robert Kellogg, Vice President of Engineering at GigaTrust.

GigaTrust for the iPhone and iPad product is easy to install and deploy. Users of these devices can download the application for free from the iTunes/Apple store. However to deploy requires the GigaTrust Mobility Server.

About GigaTrust

GigaTrust is a leading provider of email security and content protection software products and services with customers in both the public and private sectors. GigaTrust is the only provider of the Intelligent Rights Management(TM) solution, which combines innovative next-generation content security technologies built on the foundation of Microsoft' Rights Management Services. In February 2003, the firm formed the first strategic partnership with Microsoft and formally launched the first in the family of proprietary Intelligent Rights Management products based on the Rights Management Services (RMS) security platform. GigaTrust is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. GigaTrust's family of products and services is easy to use and easy to deploy for either the author or recipient of protected content. GigaTrust's products and services include security solutions for email/attachments and document protection, automated external user provisioning, web content, network file shares, content repositories, discovery enablement, and the BlackBerry smartphone. For more information about GigaTrust, visit www.gigatrust.com.

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