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MDM and MAM can add effective security layers for employee apps, but this level of control really isn't possible for customer apps—often the biggest risk for enterprises.
Authentication, secure messaging and access, meeting capabilities and support services have been packaged to get beyond traditional EMM.
Enterprises remain vulnerable to new variants of the exploits underlying the WireLurker and Masque Attack malware, an analysis of Apple's iOS security responses shows, according to Marble Labs.
NHS Human Services, a community-based, behavioral healthcare leader, has implemented an Aruba wireless infrastructure.
In April 2014, BlackBerry announced an investment in healthcare IT leader NantHealth and the first results of the partnership have been realized.
By 2017 over half of all employers will require employees to use their own devices for work; however, even still, security is an issue.
Competitive pressures are forcing insurance providers to expand their mobile self-service assets, opening up new attack vectors.
Pulse Worskspace 1.0 containerizes Android and iOS devices for enterprise security.