Mobile Device Security (MDM)

Mobile Device Management (MDM) ensures employees stay productive and do not breach corporate policies. MDM primarily secures emails and corporate documents on devices, enforcing corporate policies, integrating and managing corporate-owned mobile assets including laptops tablets and mobile phones. MDM implementations may be either on-premises or cloud-based.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is less a technology than a business policy or strategy, allowing employees, contractors and visitors to connect their personal devices to the corporate network, wired or wirelessly. This poses various security risks and privacy issues. For example, technologies exist to carry out host integrity checking, policy compliance and patch management, but imposing these on a privately-owned, non-corporate owned device is problematic. A typical solution to non-compliant devices is to redirect them to a captive portal, offering Internet access and limited (or no) corporate resources.

  • Symantec – Mobile Device Security

    by Symantec

    The Symantec portfolio represents the cyber security industry’s only end-to-end solution sett. Solutions include secure web gateways with filtering and malware analysis, AV and malware protection, proxy caching devices, email security, SSL visibility, DLP, sandboxing, CASB and security analytics.

    The Symantec Mobile Device Security (MDS) service extends Symantec’s industry-leading threat protection and policy controls to mobile device users wherever they are located. The MDS service is part of Symantec’s global cloud infrastructure that seamlessly protects employees accessing web or corporate content from any device or network, and provides a network-based approach to protect and control mobile devices on and off the corporate network.

  • IP-Performance recently ran 2 virtual cyber breach response workshops for Elmbridge Borough Council and we cannot recommend them highly enough. As well as lots of practical resources & templates to take away, the second day culminates with an simulation which brings a cyberattack to life. It’s highly interactive, slightly stressful, but most importantly really makes you think! There’s a definite buzz around cyber at Elmbridge now thanks to Phil and team.

    Nikki Benge, ICT Business Manager,
    Elmbridge Borough Council