On the first day of the annual Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit, speakers and panelists have focused on hot-button issues facing companies today: the rise of individual liable devices, how to transform workforce processes through mobility, and where to spend your wireless IT dollars in 2011.
The Ohio-based center tracks, researches, and responds to threats to mobile phones, including malware, spyware, and viruses.
The new offering from Check Point enables secure access to corporate e-mail, intranet, and applications from mobile devices.
Mobiquant's offering allows IT managers to secure and manage the popular Apple devices that are increasingly being deployed within enterprises.
HP announced last week that it will acquire Fortify Software in a bid to strengthen its application security portfolio.
In announcing the agreement, McAfee cited the proliferation of mobile devices and noted that people are 15 times more likely to lose their phones than their laptops.
HID Global, a leader in solutions for the delivery of secure identity recently announced a portable, dongle-sized USB smart card reader that includes a removable MicroSD flash memory slot and reader for subscriber identity module (SIM)-sized contactless smart cards.
M.A.D. Partners, a provider of security solutions for smart phones and mobile devices, announced the immediate availability of Mobile Active Defense (M.A.D.), which the firm claims is the first 100 percent cloud-based mobile security solution for the enterprise.
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