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baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth CAC/PIV reader now approved for BlackBerry 10 devices

baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth CAC/PIV

reader now approved for BlackBerry 10 devices


Associates, LP (BAI), a leader in secure authentication on mobile devices,
announced today that DoD Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (APL)
approval of the baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth smart card reader as an MMD has been
granted. The Risk Management Executive (RME) granted Information Assurance (IA)
certification on 24 Aug 2015 based on compliance testing by the DISA Risk
Management Executive (RME). This approval is effective August 26, 2015, the
issue date of the memorandum. The memorandum can be found at <span style="font-size:12.0pt; line-height:107%; font-family:
&quot;Times New Roman&quot;,&quot;serif&quot;; color:blue">https://aplits.disa.mil/apl.

The baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth smart card reader recently received Bluetooth
certification for BlackBerry 10 devices, including the Passport and Classic
smartphones, based on testing by a DISA-approved independent laboratory. The
3000MP had been previously certified for BlackBerry OS7, Apple iOS, Android
smartphones and tablets.

&quot;We are pleased to continue support for BlackBerry 7 devices and add
support for BlackBerry 10 devices to service the huge installed base of
BlackBerry smartphones within the US Government and internationally,&quot; said
Scott Johnson, BAI’s President. &quot;The baiMobile 3000MP is the only
DISA-approved Bluetooth smart card reader available today with support for
multiple operating systems, allowing simultaneous pairing with up to five
different devices. We have worked closely with BlackBerry to ensure full
security and compatibility for BlackBerry customers with our baiMobile 3000MP
Bluetooth reader.&quot;

In addition to BlackBerry 7 and BlackBerry 10 smartphones, the baiMobile 3000MP
Bluetooth Smart Card reader also supports Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 desktops,
laptops, and tablets.

&quot;With security and privacy as our cornerstone, BlackBerry has become a
trusted partner to governments around the world that rely on our mobile
solutions,&quot; said Jeffrey Ait, Vice President and Head of U.S. Public Sector,
BlackBerry. &quot;The DISA approval for the baiMobile 3000MP provides
government customers with two-factor authentication to meet U.S. Department of
Defense requirements and ensure secure communications, while enabling them to
be productive and collaborative using BlackBerry 10 smartphones.&quot;

User Guides and installation instructions are available at the Support page on
the company web site www.biometricassociates.com/support. For more information, please contact BAI sales
at sales@baimobile.com or call – 410-252-7210 x709.

Biometric Associates, LP, a limited partnership with offices in Maine and the
Timonium, MD, is a recognized leader in secure authentication on mobile
devices. Products include Bluetooth Smart Card Readers, the BLUEARMOR 100
Secure Bluetooth Headset and the baiMobile Credential Services Framework. The
company is a unique developer, manufacturer, and integrator of authentication
and identity systems that have been specifically designed to provide a high
level of security and privacy protection. BAI specializes in secure Bluetooth
technology, communications protocols, hardware design, smart cards and related
cryptography and PKI implementations that can be integrated into logical and
physical access control devices and applications. For additional information,
visit the company web site <span style="font-size:11.0pt; line-height:
107%; font-family:&quot;Calibri&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;">www.biometricassociates.com or call (410) 252-7210.

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