Biometric Associates, LP Announces Availability of Credential Services for Good Dynamics
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TIMONIUM, MD, July 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Biometric Associates, LP of Baltimore, MD provider of secure mobile communications solutions, is announcing the availability of the baiMobile Credential Services app for Good Dynamics. The baiMobile Credential Services app provides PKI credential services including authentication, digital signing and decryption to Good for Enterprise or any Good Dynamics app that uses the Good Dynamics S/MIME Service API. The baiMobile Credential Services app is now available for iPhone and iPad users on the Good Marketplace.
The baiMobile Credential Services app for Good Dynamics leverages the Good Dynamics S/MIME service APIs set and the Good Dynamics Trusted Authentication Framework, allowing other apps in the Good Dynamics community to retrieve and interact with certificates from a credential (typically located on a smart card). Typical use cases would include:
- Using the certificates stored on the credential to authenticate the user to a server or network.
- Using the certificates stored on the credential to digitally sign or decrypt a document or email.
- Capture the public information stored on the credential to fill in a form, such as medical records.
One of the main advantages of the baiMobile Credential Services app is the ability to provide these services regardless of the credential type, location or method of interaction. Other apps using the baiMobile Credential Services app do not need to be upgraded each time support for a new smart card or smart card reader is added.
"We are excited to welcome Biometric Associates and the baiMobile Credential Services app into the Good Dynamics ecosystem," said Matt Sturges, vice president, Good Dynamics at Good Technology. "Our customers are seeking authentication solutions that provide greater security capabilities combined with enhanced ease of use, and together we are addressing that need."
"The baiMobile Credential Services app for Good Dynamics provides iPhone and iPad users with the ability to securely sign and decrypt emails," said Scott Johnson, President of Biometric Associates, LP. "Our relationship with Good Technology has evolved over the years, in response to customer demand for a cross-platform solution. We firmly believe that our baiMobile Credential Services app, coupled with the Good Dynamics architecture, provides the security and flexibility that enterprise and government customers require."
Maryland-based Biometric Associates, LP is an independent developer of software and hardware products focused on secure communications solutions. For more information about Biometric Associates, please visit our website at www.biometricassociates.com or email email@example.com.
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