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Defend Enterprise Mobility with MDM and MTM

June 15, 2017 | By admin 
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Secure Enterprise Mobility with Enterprise Mobile Device Management and Mobile Threat Defense Mechanism
Enterprises are getting equipped with legitimate techniques, tools and strategies to mobilize the enterprises… however while there has been a delay of the discourses to implement it on an official note, users began using their mobile devices (Shadow IT) to email or to even share highly sensitive documents and transactions. While there are some organization that instil the need of BYOD for better productive results.

Not to disdain you or the organization, however to stay efficient and productive. Trust it or not, users break the standards to be more beneficial! Though the users’ motive is to take up productivity to the next level, while IT goes uncertain.. Considering the same, Enterprises have already been mobilized. So where are we?? and how do we handle and manage IT security on devices??Implementing an effective mobile strategy would do better to stay away from mobile security breaches..

Mobile security is different from desktop and network security. Conventional security measures are no best means for mobile security… traditional antivirus software patch and identity management, firewalls, etc. cannot be defined as a mobile security strategy.

Antivirus would not work to obstruct the interference of the malware on users’ mobile device and not the traditional firewall would work right to prevent BYOD users from accessing information through insecure network connections. It says it all, traditional security systems and methods would not be the right formula to beat the mobile security challenges.. Nevertheless, we have a solution to secure mobile devices with enterprise mobile management and threat defence mechanism.

Enterprise Mobile Device Management aids to manage the life-cycle on mobile apps. This streamlines the mobile app management and follows the best practices and updates of Google and Apple instantly.

Mobile Device Management (MDM) delivers complete administration and management of mobile devices like tablets, laptops and smartphones. MDM provisions apps and policies ensuring no IT involvement to help the employees to stay productive while they are connected to the corporate network.  MDM operates to manage and protect the users’ data by configuring the mobile devices of the corporate network to mitigate support costs and possible risks.  Both BYOD and company owned devices are exploited with MDM tools across the enterprise or mobile devices used by the consumers. With a drastic difference with the expectations of the employees and the employers, the MDM has to be more sturdy to effectively control the respective apps for better productivity and hence a better business revenue.

MDM policies should be invoked to ensure device restrictions, access levels, layouts, notifications, and more to in accordance to the type of the device – BYOD or corporate-owned

EMM when integrated with Mobile threat Defence Mechanism is sure to deliver complete protection to mobile devices. This ensures that users stay productive with mobile devices without any malware interference or from getting the device susceptible to vulnerabilities. The integrated solution is defined to defy ransomware installations, stop getting connected to malware or help to wipe out the mobile data from being lost or stolen. Hence a defined mobile device protection strategy is all needed to equip and fuel the users’ devices from masquerading threats.



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