Many things blur the line between endpoint management and security. Examples? Managing an endpoint. Configuring it. Performing application and software management. And patching the endpoint. The fact is, managing and securing a device is so interrelated that it makes sense for these two functions to come together in a single platform that can accomplish these, and other tasks needed in your IT organization. Here are the seven ways Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) can support security.
Ivanti/MobileIron has been recognized as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide UEM software 2020-2021 Vendor Assessment. Read an excerpt of the IDC MarketScape evaluation of Ivanti/MobileIron in the UEM market, including:
Hackers are smart people. They know that the fastest way into a target is to find the weakest point of entry. All too often, they find that access point through the marketing organization, which many hackers consider a "soft target." The main reason is fairly simple: Marketers are typically more public and visible — and therefore more exposed — than the rest of the company.
This year, many companies realized business resilience was more than just a buzzword on a PowerPoint slide. They found themselves struggling to survive a crisis no one saw coming, but which had a massive impact worldwide.
Falcon OverWatch (TM) is the CrowdStrike® managed threat hunting service built on the CrowdStrike Falcon® platform. OverWatch provides deep and continuous human analysis on a 24/7 basis to relentlessly hunt for anomalous or novel attacker tradecraft designed to evade other detection techniques.
Enabling complete end-to-end mobile threat protection MobileIron and Zimperium have partnered to provide a complete enterprise mobile security solution that delivers sophisticated threat protection for mobile devices against phishing, as well as protect and remediate against attacks at the device-, network- and application-levels.
In March 2020, over a third of the world’s population was put into lockdown as the COVID-19 crisis took hold. As a direct consequence of this, the pandemic accelerated an already growing shift towards remote work. Workforces around the world were told they could no longer return to the office and businesses were forced to quickly enable their employees to work remotely. In an instant, the traditional office environment transformed to an ‘Everywhere Enterprise,’ in which work takes place...
QR codes are everywhere and, as it turns out, most of us are using them! According to a recent consumer sentiment study conducted by MobileIron, 40% of respondents have scanned a QR code in the past week, and 86% have scanned one in the past year. That’s a lot of people. But what are all those codes being used for, and could they potentially do something unexpected?
Organizations want to secure corporate data without having to compromise user experience and the latest iOS and iPadOS releases have great device management capabilities that embed security and user privacy. I’m excited to share that MobileIron offers day zero compatibility and key feature support across its product portfolio for the following iOS 14 features: