RE: Wireless & Blackberry

From: Parisi, Robert (
Date: 02/26/03

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    Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 12:21:46 -0500

    i would still worry. highly unlikely that the service goes away--might just
    a different manufacturer.


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    -----Original Message-----
    From: c_brauckmiller@LEK.COM [mailto:c_brauckmiller@LEK.COM]
    Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 3:34 PM
    To: Moeckel, Sharon
    Subject: Re: Wireless & Blackberry

    You may not have to worry about the Blackberry. Check this out...


    "Moeckel, Sharon" <> on 02/25/2003 02:25:57 PM

    cc: (bcc: Craig Brauckmiller/LEK)

    Subject: Wireless & Blackberry

    I am a newbie to security and could use some direction. We are evaluating
    Blackberry. We also will have HIPAA requirements to prepare for in the near
    future. Could someone help with the steps to implement this securely to
    the inherent wireless security issues, as well as those needed to secure
    Blackberry? Will be using for email, LAN file share access and possibly for
    access. Thank you.

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