The Secure Mobile Environment-Portable Electronic Device (SME-PED) is a DISN offering that provides the DoD with the capability that allows wireless NIPRNet and SIPRNet access, to include e-mail and web browsing, in one device. It also provides the user secure and non-secure voice capabilities. Organizations that implement SME-PED must ensure user procedures are in place for use, protection, and control of SME-PED devices.
Some of the service highlights are as follows:
- Converged secure/voice data product
- Secure and non-secure PDA functionality
- Unclassified and Secret secure data
- "Push E-mail" synchronized with desktop
- Secure and non-secure cellular phone functionality
- Unclassified and "up to" Top Secret secure voice
- Worldwide service capability - GSM/CDMA
- Data at rest - PIN and token
SME-PED Connection Process
Partners/sponsors that require access to the SME-PED service do not currently follow the connection process identified in this guide. Use of SME-PED is dependent on a SIPRNet connection at the local enclave. Implementation of the SME-PED service requires that a SME-PED server be added to the local SIPRNet enclave. The addition of a server to the local enclave requires an update to the site accreditation package. Once the enclave DAA has approved inclusion of SME-PED into the accreditation boundary, an updated accreditation package should be submitted to the DISA CAO.
Points of Contact
|SME-PED Program Office |
Additional Policy and Guidance Documents
For more information on the SME-PED program, refer to the following website: http://www.disa.mil/services/smeped.html.