Boeing IT architect pushes Secure Mobile Architecture

Monday, 1 May 2006, 2:35 AM EST

In addition to its WLAN tracking efforts, Boeing's IT and PhantomWorks R&D groups are working on a new way to secure the company's sprawling 802.11 network with something it calls Secure Mobile Architecture.

The point of SMA is to stick a lightweight encrypted identity into every packet generated by a device.

At NetworkWorld.

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