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Enterprise Mobile Solutions

Certifications

LG GATE is ready for the highly regulated corporate environment and government grade security.

Certifications

LG GATE is comprised of four core technologies that deliver enhanced enterprise solutions, enabling the security and manageability of enterprise data.

FIPS140-2 Certification NIAP MDF PP* Certification DISA STIG* Compliance

FIPS140-2 Certification

FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) 140-2 Level 1 certification issued by the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).

Meets the US Government security requirements for Cryptographic Modules of both Data-At-Rest and Data-In-Transit.

NIAP MDF PP* Certification

MDF PP (Mobile Device Fundamentals Protection Profile) certification issued by the NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership).

Meets the Common Criteria, which is international security standard required by a number of Governments.

DISA STIG* Compliance

STIG (Security Technical Implementation Guides) development guided by the DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency) and publication.

Meets the US DoD (Department of Defense) security requirements to deploy mobile devices.