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DISA Releases VMware Mobility Mgmt System’s Security Technical Implementation Guide; Bill Rowan Comments

Bill Rowan
Bill Rowan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 7, 2016 — The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued a Security Technical Implementation Guide for VMware‘s (NYSE: VMW) AirWatch 9.X enterprise mobility management platform, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The STIG aims to define AirWatch 9.X’s information technology cybersecurity policies, requirements and controls, as well as its installation requirements across Defense Department networks, VMware said Thursday.

“Federal agencies and security-conscious organizations alike look to STIGs as a guideline to create the most secure enterprise mobility management deployments, ” said Bill Rowan, vice president of federal sales at VMware.

He added that the STIG helps validate the compliance of AirWatch 9.X with the security standards set for EMM deployments.

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