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End-to-end, Data-Centric Protection of Confidential Email for Mobile Smartphones

Current mobile security solutions are not protecting confidential and sensitive information contained in emails accessed and sent by mobile smartphones.

Email remains the #1 business application for mobile smartphones. Many organisations are realising that today’s mobile security solutions do not protect sensitive data and email end-to-end across internal and external recipients. Traditional, container-based approaches to securing email on smartphones have encountered limited success due to their complexity to use and deploy, which impacts user productivity. These approaches usually leave a lot to be desired or just plain don't work. They also require complex configuration files, key management, administration and provisioning – not to mention the multiple end-user steps to access encrypted emails and attachments.

But what if your mobile users could send and read encrypted email on leading iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices using the native experience without the hassle of web browsers, managing certificates, or awkward proxy servers? What if you could manage granular email data protection policies across corporate and personal mobile devices, both inside and outside the enterprise, from a unified console? What if you can protect your email persistently end to end, across different clients and applications, inside and outside of your corporate firewall?
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