Maintaining the security of the system is critical. mSuite is designed to be fully secure 'out of the box'.
|•||Multiple authentication methods allow you to fit mSuite into your existing proven security infrastructure.|
|•||Authentication can be further strengthened by incorporating secondary Domino authentication.|
|•||Self generated certificate - during installation, the system generates a unique self signed x.509 certificate for server validation. |
|•||Full mSuite clients (available for WM and Nokia Symbian S60-3 devices) use end to end AES 256 bit encryption for 'Over The Air' communication. Exchange ActiveSync clients (e.g. iPhone, Android, Palm webOS) use SSL.|
|•||Day tickets ensure that the right balance can be reached between usability and security.|
|•||On device security - you can implement and enforce a password policy that specifies elements such as device lock time and password characteristics. For devices that support it, a security policy can also be used to enforce encryption of device data.|
|•||Remote Kill - this capability allows you to send a notification to a lost or stole device to instruct it to hard-reset, wiping all of the data stored on the device.|
|•||Devices can also be blacklisted and should a blacklisted device make a connection to the mSuite system, it will be immediately instructed to hard-reset itself, obliterating any data stored on the device.|
|•||mSuite can send and receive Domino encrypted mail.|
Be aware of these elements and the system will stay secure.