Good Technology is trumpeting a newly-inked EAL4+ Common Criteria certification awarded to the its Good For Enterprise MDM and data protection platform. The company's local VP and GM Gavin Jones told Vulture South the certification relieves the need for the company to work through certifications on a country-by-country basis, at …
This is clearly vital information.
If only I knew what it meant.
It's a bit like Blackberry?
Re: This is clearly vital information.
good is a terrible implementation of secure email and calendar for BYOD companies.
It's also red and ugly and stands out like a cooked lobster in a tin of sardines.
Keyholder information please
And who holds the encryption keys ?
Does any of the data "pass thru" any of the Merican servers at any time ?
Maybe instead of backdoors we should now talk about Prism Keys.....
Good Technology is replacing BlackBerry !
With over 5000 new mobile devices added to Good Technology's environment every WEEK, and 1,000,000,000 messages sent securely via Good Technology's network every WEEK, it seems that "dotslash" is totally ignorant of their solution. Every user's device has a unique AES 192-bit encryption key that is held on the mobile device and in the Good server (in your datacentre) and nowhere else.
EAL 4, augmented or not, is not the highest. It is the highest EAL that's accepted internationally. They go all the way up to EAL 7.
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