In his speaking session at Gartner Catalyst this week, our own Clint Adams revealed the key steps in taking a multilayered approach to mobile security for all organizations.
In order to protect your organization from consumer app security threats, a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution and employee education is needed.
Facebook recently announced their foray into seamless data sharing on mobile devices with AppLinks, but what will this mean for enterprise mobile security?
We’re setting up shop at Earls Court Exhibition Center this week to demonstrate MaaS360’s mobile security capabilities at Infosecurity Europe 2014.
Part 2 of our iOS 7 webinar series, which focused on new security features, became the most popular webinar of 2013. We revist the security advances, how MaaS360 enhances these, and look towards the future of iOS 7 in the enterprise.
In the age of BYOD, organizations who aren't taking the proper security precautions, including passcode, application, and encryption policies, are leaving themselves vulnerable to cybercrimes.
Mobile devices have become so much a part of our everyday lives it’s easy to forget that we store our personal information, banking information, personal pictures, medical information on them. And then we buy a new mobile device because ours simply isn’t fast enough, cool enough or new enough to keep up with the speed of data growth.
When it comes to mobile devices, IT is still keeping tighter reigns on corporate versus personally owned smartphones and tablets, even though mobile device management can enforce the same security policies across the board.
“Containers” or a dual-persona approach has become the one of the most popular methods in separating work from play and ensuring air-tight protection of mobile content.
Passcodes serve as the “lowest hanging fruit” of mobile security for enterprises, yet recent data from Fiberlink’s MaaS360 platform uncovers this startling fact: 15% of organizations still don’t enforce this most basic security measure.