The Evolution of BYOD and Enterprise Mobile Security

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Richard Melick, Director of Product Strategy, Zimperium; Monique Becenti, Product Marketing Manager, Zimperium

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Microsoft Office 365 has been the primary enterprise productivity suite for years, launching on traditional endpoints and eventually moving to mobile devices. Now, during this distributed workforce era where employers and employees are more reliant on mobile, more corporate data is transferred through Outlook and Teams, opening the door to intellectual property and PII on mobile endpoints than ever before. But despite having access to much of the same corporate data as traditional endpoints, many organizations don't protect mobile endpoints. While O365 use on mobile devices, both corporate-owned and BYOD, does significantly increase an enterprise's attack surface, the combo can also be used to improve cybersecurity and strengthen an organization’s Zero Trust architecture. Join Zimperium for a webinar where we’ll discuss: -How to prevent attacks on corporate devices and secure mobile data-access points with O365 and an advanced mobile security solution -How to respond to attacks on personal (BYO) devices without impacting privacy -How the modern, mobile workforce is crucial to successful Zero Trust security

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As the only mobile security platform purpose-built for enterprise environments, Zimperium provides security solutions for mobile devices and applications, ensuring safe and secure access to critical data. Our patented, on-device, machine learning-based security provides visibility and protection against known threats and zero-day attacks, and our mobile application protection suite combines comprehensive in-app protection with centralized threat visibility. Here we share resources and information related to our mobile threat research, and best practices for securing mobile devices and mobile applications in the context of the modern threat landscape.