A mobile device management strategy must be a priority for whoever owns enterprise operations. The global workforce
conducts business everywhere, and sensitive information follows them via their mobile devices. Unfortunately, mobile endpoints are the weakest link for securing data as the workforce continuously connects into organizational systems and communications tools from anywhere. So, you must provide a secured
framework to manage and monitor mobile endpoints. Every IT department knows that is a requirement in order to keep up with evolving workforce demands. Often, there is a lack of C-Suite awareness and support to do what it takes.
You hear it in the news. Your colleagues chat about it on the
elevator. It sounds problematic. It is. Baltimore’s budget office estimates a ransomware attack on city computers will cost at least $18.2 million (Baltimore Sun). There have been 22 known
public sector attacks so far in 2019 (CNN).
Hackers are working every minute to break into systems, take valuable and personal information, and sell it on the dark web or hold data for ransom. Maybe you haven’t personally experienced the violation or your finances or your company hasn’t been pegged with a breach. But the truth is, you just might not know it yet. I don’t know about you, but I find stats, like the ones published by Cisco and Cybersecurity Ventures, unsettling. Their report includes the following:
Do you believe your Antivirus software is enough to protect your data? Some people still do. Think again. Every 39 seconds, a cyber attack occurs resulting in $3.86 million in average total costs to each organization (Varonis). Keep in mind, many hacks are never detected.
If the risks and costs of data compromise have not jolted you to take action, maybe AdvIntel discoveries about a Russian hacking collective (Fxmsp) breaching three major anti-virus companies will. Fxmsp has a known reputation for infiltrating well-protected networks. Their targets typically include highly-sensitive corporate and government information. They hack, obtain data and source code, and sell it on the dark web.
BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE brings together BlackBerry's expertise in mobility, productivity and security with Microsoft's productivity products, enabling mobile workflows while ensuring
corporate data remains safe.
Today’s organizations face a growing challenge: how to provide employees the secure mobile productivity they want, while ensuring corporate data is secure. What they needed was a secure solution to allow employees to use these Microsoft apps on their mobile devices. BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE provides the only highly secure option for seamlessly using Microsoft® mobile apps from BlackBerry® Dynamics apps.
In a blog entry before, we described the benefits to replace the paper based process of order confirmations with an extensive mobile solution.
But there are much more benefits to save technicians time!
ISEC7, the enterprise mobility expert, has been recognized as a significant contributor to the BlackBerry Enterprise Partner Program, winning the award for Top Developer Responsiveness Award in BlackBerry’s inaugural Enterprise Partner Awards for the Americas in New York. ISEC7 was also nominated for 3 other awards, including categories for: ISV Innovation, Sales Support in Field, and Top Execution.
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