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:
Organizations have always walked a tightrope when it comes to striking the perfect balance between securing company-owned assets and end-user privacy. What if there was an ideal balancing pole that allowed them to ensure data security without compromising privacy? With the release of Android 11, Google delivers this perfect balance.
In many states, the new school year has started. While schools in some states have resumed in-person instruction, most schools are offering online options or adopting a hybrid model of in-person and remote learning. This means that students are increasingly using their parents’ mobile devices to stay productive and get their homework done amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which can put company networks, infrastructure and information at risk.
I’m Chris Sherman, a senior analyst serving Security & Risk (S&R) Professionals at Forrester Research, and today’s guest blogger for MobileIron. I recently sat down with the MobileIron team to discuss how I see the modern mobile security landscape evolving. The following video and Q&A help to illuminate some of the most pressing security threats faced by enterprises today — especially as they relate to mobile devices — and the tools used to address these threats. Watch the...
Last week, MobileIron announced multi-vector mobile phishing protection for iOS and Android devices to help organizations defend against one of the top cybersecurity threats. With more employees working from home than ever before, companies are witnessing a surge in phishing attacks — as hackers are capitalizing on both enterprise security gaps and people’s fears during the COVID-19 pandemic. In April, Google saw more than 18 million daily malware and phishing emails related to COVID-19 in...
Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic can be extremely stressful for both employees and the employer. The influx of employees working from home can create several challenges for the enterprise. How do you enable employees who are not used to working remote? How do you quickly give them the tools and applications to securely access corporate data? How can you be sure your corporate data is secure?
Mobile devices are more susceptible to hacks than ever before. We’ve already seen high profile targeted mobile attacks in 2020 and the situation is only going to get worse. The increased use of mobile devices and apps in both our personal and business lives make them prime targets. It is time for organizations to start taking mobile threats seriously and taking the right steps to minimize the risk of mobile attacks.