Zenprise Introduces Enterprise Mobile DLP Solution

— September 30, 2011

Zenprise, Inc. this week announced the Zenprise Enterprise Mobile Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) solution for managing and securing personally owned devices entering the workplace.

The solution gives IT administrators the ability to monitor mobile user behavior in order to set and apply effective policies for controlling and protecting mobile devices on the network.
The Zenprise Mobile DLP solution works by transparently monitoring and securing content at the data layer, rather than trying to isolate or “containerize” applications. It features dynamic context- and content-aware, policy-based mobile DLP capabilities that provide security, data control, audit and compliance, and data expiry for sensitive data across its lifecycle.
Zenprise’s Mobile DLP application also integrates natively with Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365 via an encrypted network connection that enables end-to-end control and synchronization of corporate data.
“More than ever, employees are using [a] variety of personal devices to access network resources, increasing the likelihood that sensitive or confidential data will end up in the wrong hands,” Ahmed Datoo, chief marketing officer at Zenprise, said in a statement. “The Zenprise Mobile DLP solution provides an effective and seamless way to control and protect those devices so workers can continue using them to be productive -- without putting the organization or themselves at risk.”
The Zenprise Enterprise Mobile DLP solution will be available later this fall for iOS-based devices as part of Zenprise MobileManager. A version for Android-based devices is expected to be available later this year.


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