• baiMobile Secure Browser

    baiBrowser™

    Secure Browser

    The baiBrowser iOS and Android provides access to web sites and servers that require CAC or PIV authentication. The browser supports the baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth and 301MP smart card readers. Now available in the iTunes store - search baiBrowser.

  • baiMobile 3000MP

    baiMobile 3000MP

    Bluetooth Smart Card Reader

    The baiMobile 3000MP Bluetooth Smart Card Reader is the only DoD-approved Bluetooth smart card reader for iOS and Android devices. The reader also supports Windows 7 desktops, laptops and tablets.

  • BlueARMOR 1000

    BLUEARMOR 100

    Secure Bluetooth Headset

    I deal with confidential information every day. The BLUEARMOR 100 is the only Bluetooth headset I would ever use.

  • Silanis E-Sign

    Silanis Mobile e-Sign

    The most widely used e-signature solution

    Use your smart card to e-sign documents on your iPad or Android tablet.

baiMobile® 3000 Reader
baiMobile® 3000 Reader

The baiMobile® 3000MP Bluetooth Smart Card Reader is the only DoD-approved Bluetooth smart card for iOS and Android devices. The reader also supports Windows 7 desktops, laptops and tablets.

BLUE<span class='big-a'>A</span>RMOR® 100 Secure Headset
BLUEARMOR® 100 Secure Headset

The BLUEARMOR® 100 Secure Bluetooth Headset is the only Bluetooth headset approved for use in the US Department of Defense. Enhanced security features include patent-pending secure pairing technology and 128 bit encryption on all calls.

baiMobile® Secure Browser
baiMobile® Secure Browser

The baiMobile® Secure Browser for iOS and Android provides access to web sites and servers that require CAC or PIV authentication. The browser supports the baiMobile® 3000MP Bluetooth and 301MP smart card readers.

In the News: Citrix Receiver now supports Android smart-card authentication
Posted on: 08-01-2013 17:05:06

May 24, 2013 - Many federal agencies have taken steps to begin implementing mobile work environments, though security remains a concern. When GCN last year reviewed the Citrix Receiver software, we found it had good security for in-transit data, but did nothing for securing the endpoint — the mobile device being used by the mobile employee.