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Mobile Security in Enterprise: Solutions and Companies 2014



 

 

 

LONDON, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

Mobile Security in Enterprise: Solutions and Companies 2014

https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2284848/Mobile-Security-in-Enterprise-Solutions-and-Companies-2014.html


Overview:

Enterprise companies across virtually all verticals are in various stages of leveraging mobile communications and computing to improve productivity, responsiveness, and innovation. However, the benefits of wireless do not come without security risks with associated potential major issues for corporations.

Providing security for mobile devices is significantly different from providing security elsewhere in the enterprise. Some of the issues stem from mobile device dynamics including usage issues (shared more often, used in more locations, fulfill more roles). In addition, a large percentage of applications transmit personal details or device information. Thanks to the growing trend of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), many approved/unapproved applications, and expectations of new form factors such as wearable technology, wireless devices are increasingly technically diverse in terms of type, model, and feature/functionality.

With all of these issues and factors, there is a need to effectively manage security risk in the enterprise, including prevention, detection, and mitigation.

This Mind Commerce report evaluates enterprise mobile security, including technologies for enterprise mobility management, security services and challenges, and analysis of key players in enterprise mobile management and security industry. The report also includes a view into the future of mobile cloud. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.


Report Benefits:
Outlook for the future of mobile cloud
Identify enterprise security services
Understand enterprise mobility management lifecycle
Identify key players and solutions of enterprise mobile security
Understand mobile devices and enterprise mobile device management


Target Audience:
Mobile network operators
Enterprise IT and mobility departments
Smartphone vendors and app providers
Enterprise mobility management companies
Mobile applications and solutions developers
Wireless security and privacy solutions providers


Companies in Report:
AT&T
CA Technologies
Citrix
Dell
IBM
McAfee
Ness Technologies
Trend Micro
Verizon Wireless
Voltage Security
Table of Contents:

INTRODUCTION TO ENTERPRISE MOBILE SECURITY 4
OVERVIEW 4
OVERVIEW OF MOBILE DEVICES 5
TECHNOLOGIES FOR MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT 5
Components and Architectures 6
ENTERPRISE MOBILE SECURITY SERVICES 7
General policy 7
Data Communication and Storage 7
User and Device Authentication 8
Applications 8
ENTERPRISE MOBILE DEVICE SECURITY LIFECYCLE 8
Phase 1: Initiation 9
Identifying needs for mobile devices 9
Developing Security Policy 9
Restrictions on Mobile Devices and Access Levels 9
Sensitivity of Work 10
The Level of Confidence in Security Policy Compliance 10
Cost 10
Work location 10
Technical limitations 10
Compliance with mandates and other policies 11
Additional Security Requirements 11
Updating Security Policy 11
Additional User Requirements 12
Phase 2: Development 12
Development Phase Technical Considerations 12
Architecture 13
Authentication 13
Cryptography 13
Configuration requirements 13
Application vetting and certification requirements 13
Developing Security Plan Document 13
Phase 3: Implementation 14
Implementation Phase Technical Considerations 14
Connectivity 14
Protection 14
Authentication 14
Applications 14
Management 14
Logging 15
Performance 15
Security of the Implementation 15
Default Settings 15
Phase 4: Operations and Maintenance 15
Operations and Maintenance Technical Considerations 16
Checking for Upgrades 16
Time Sync 16
Policy Changes 16
Detecting Anomalies 16
Training 16
Phase 5: Disposal. 17
ENTERPRISE MOBILE SECURITY - COMPANIES AND SOLUTIONS 18
TREND MICRO 18
Trend Micro™ Mobile Security 18
Mobile Device Management (MDM) 18
Mobile Device Security 18
Mobile Application Management 19
Data Protection 19
IBM 19
IBM Enterprise Mobile Security 20
User Security: IBM Security Access Manager 20
Data Security: IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile 20
Application Security: IBM Worklight 21
Infrastructure Security: IBM Lotus® Mobile Connect 21
Security Intelligence: IBM QRadar 22
MCAFEE 22
McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management (McAfee EMM) 22
McAfee EMM Device Management 23
McAfee EMM Audit and Compliance Service 23
McAfee EMM Device Agents 24
McAfee ePO software integration 24
Manage Mobility Costs 24
Make Strong Security Easy 24
Scale to Enterprise Management Demands 25
VOLTAGE SECURITY 25
Voltage Enterprise Mobile Data Security Solution 25
Single data protection framework 26
Compliance and audit scope reduction 26
Ease of use and ease of operations 27
VERIZON WIRELESS 27
Verizon Mobile Device Management and Security 27
CITRIX 28
XenMobile 28
XenMobile App Controller - Managing Applications 30
XenMobile Device Manager - Managing Devices 30
XenMobile Data Management 30
DELL 30
Dell Enterprise Mobile Management 31
CA TECHNOLOGIES 32
Enterprise Mobility Management Suite 32
CA Mobile Device Management (CA MDM) 33
CA Mobile Application Management (CA MAM) 33
CA Mobile Content Management (CA MCM) 33
CA Mobile Email Management (CA MEM) 34
AT&T 34
AT&T Mobile Enterprise Management 34
AT&T Mobile Device Management 35
AT&T Mobile Application Development 35
AT&T Mobile Application Management 35
AT&T Workspace Management 35
NESS TECHNOLOGIES 36
Ness Enterprise Mobile Management 36
Key EMM advantages 37
FUTURE TRENDS 38
USING DATA TO DRIVE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 38
TO BYOD OR NOT BYOD 38
INCREASED CLOUD ACTIVITY 38
NATIVE OR HTML5 39
MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT 39
ENTERPRISE-FOCUSED APP DEVELOPMENT 39
AUGMENTED REALITY 40
ACCESS AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT (IAM) 40
MOBILITY MANAGED SERVICES 41



Read the full report:
Mobile Security in Enterprise: Solutions and Companies 2014

https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2284848/Mobile-Security-in-Enterprise-Solutions-and-Companies-2014.html

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