Cyberattacks on businesses continue proliferating at an astounding rate.
Hackers, hacktivists, and hostile governments use sophisticated strategies to break into corporate networks and cloud services to steal valuable data or disrupt operations.
Enterprise employees’ unsecured endpoints – smart phones, tablets, and laptops – are gateways for these attacks.
Do you think MDM solutions stop mobile cyberattacks? Think again.
A secure mobile perimeter is critical, wherever it goes
To prevent data loss from stolen or lost devices, IT organizations frequently deploy mobile device management solutions (MDM). Marble’s approach secures an enterprise’s mobile perimeter against cyberattacks, capabilities that current MDM solutions were not designed to do. In fact, Marble recognizes that an enterprise’s mobile perimeter constantly changes and secures it from anywhere in the world, no matter what devices or apps workers use.
Maximum mobile security
for a minimum investment
Marble is an easily-deployed cloud service that offers maximum protection for a minimum IT investment. Its layered approach to mobile security employs patented secure virtual network services, risk-based access control, and policy enforcement and remediation, providing a secure environment for accessing corporate and public networks and cloud services from Android, iOS, Windows or Mac OS devices.
Mobile security that
proactively halts attacks
Marble is the best alternative to the many costly mobile security solutions on the market that fail to protect the enterprise from cyberattacks. Simple to use for both IT administrators and workers, Marble proactively mitigates and remediates threats by continually assessing the risk associated with every device, app and network connection.
Learn how Marble provides
layered mobile security.
Migrate from device management to device inspection. Instead of managing devices, consider answering the question, “Is it safe to run this enterprise application on this device at this time?”Prepare for Anywhere, Anytime, Any-Device Engagement, Forrester, 2012