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Which Apps Pose the Biggest Security Risks?

In order to protect your organization from consumer app security threats, a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution and employee education is needed.

by Kevin Olivieri | 14 May 2014

Key Security Features and the future of iOS 7 in the Enterprise

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.

by Kevin Olivieri | 14 Feb 2014

Surging Mobile Usage Necessitates BYOD Security Separation

“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.

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 19 Sep 2013

Soft Passcodes Still Prevail on Enterprise Mobile Devices

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.

by Rob Patey | 20 Aug 2013

Balancing Mobile Security and Productivity with BYOD Privacy

Though today’s mobile ecosystem is bustling with new features, application and product launches, it is not doing enough to cater to enterprise security and privacy needs. Second to mobile security, mobile privacy is an emerging, sensitive issue for many bring your own device (BYOD) workers.

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 01 May 2013

4 Cures for Healthcare Mobility Management Ailments

As mHealth gains popularity, protecting and securing health information on mobile devices has become a key concern for IT in healthcare. Learn how your organization can hurdle today's most common challenges.

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 16 Apr 2013

Smartphone Fugue States Give Way to Apple Picking!

Learn how your company can safeguard data in the age of Apple Picking, or theft of BYOD devices in highly populated areas.

by Rob Patey | 22 Feb 2013

Mobile Data Security: A Primer for Financial Institutions

With sensitive information being passed back and forth between mobile devices, today’s banking and financial institutions must be prepared for the worst. Use this how-to guide to gauge your preparedness for data leak risks and regulatory compliance.

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 06 Feb 2013

BYOD Security Risks: Maintaining Awareness in the New Year

Discover the key security risks that IT executives must be aware of when defining a bring your own device (BYOD) program in the mobile age.

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 08 Jan 2013

BYOD Data Protection in 2013: What's Your Plan?

In the mobile age, having a data protection plan has become essential. How will your organization protect sensitive data and avoid security breaches in the new year?

by Pragati Chaplot Jain | 12 Dec 2012

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