MDM is Not Mobile Security: Why Mobile Threat Defense Achieves What MDM Cannot

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Monique Becenti, Zimperium

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With today’s increasingly distributed workforce, protecting data on mobile devices (both managed and BYOD) is not only essential but critical for the enterprise. 42% of enterprise organizations reported that mobile devices and web applications have led to a security incident. The truth is, data resides on a wide range of mobile devices, applications, and productivity tools that are used day-to-day, whether you are in the office, work from home, or on the go. While restricting an employee’s device with a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution may have worked in the past, it’s not an effective security solution to protect corporate data in the current mobile threat landscape. There are better ways to provide a frictionless experience while protecting mobile devices from persistent mobile threats and protecting employee privacy. Join Zimperium for a webinar where we’ll discuss: -How on-device mobile security must go beyond MDMs, MAMs, and more -How to effectively protect mobile devices against the rise in zero-day threats -How to reduce friction while protecting your modern workforce -How to drive adoption and preserve user privacy

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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.