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Securing Mobile Users Anywhere: The Best Protection for iOS Devices

Apple and Cisco are accelerating digital transformation, and providing a truly unique level of visibility and control on supervised iOS devices.

The Cisco Security Connector app gives you the visibility needed to ensure security and compliance of your mobile users and their enterprise-owned iOS devices.

What are you doing to protect your users against accidentally going to malicious sites and inadvertently exposing sensitive information?
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