Zimperium, the global leader in mobile threat defense (MTD), is the first MTD provider to be granted an Authority to Operate (ATO) by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). A cloud-based application deployed on the AWS GovCloud infrastructure, the Zimperium … Read More
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According to news reports, a new strain of Android malware has infected 25 million devices and modified legitimate apps with a malicious ads module. It’s believed the malware originated from a Chinese internet company that helps Chinese Android developers publish and promote their apps in foreign markets. The malware was disguised as Google-related updaters and … Read More
5 Must-Have Sections For Every Enterprise Mobile Security RFP – Must-Have #4: Security Technology & Workflow Integrations
Our fourth webinar in our series of “The 5 Must-Have Sections for Every Enterprise Mobile Security Request For Proposal (RFP)” reviews Security Technology & Workflow Integrations, and took place on July 17, 2019. Mobile security exists at an intersection where mobile technology professionals and security professionals both have key roles. An enterprise mobile security solution … Read More
Zimperium is First and Only Mobile Threat Defense Provider to Achieve FedRAMP “Authority to Operate”
We are thrilled to announce that Zimperium, the global leader in mobile threat defense (MTD), is the first and only MTD provider to be granted an Authority to Operate (ATO) status from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). The Zimperium Federal Cloud – Zimperium’s MTD – has achieved FedRAMP Authorization. FedRAMP is a … Read More
If you search “data breach” on Google, you’ll get a variety of articles ranging from Equifax to the latest Quest Diagnostics data breach. However, search “mobile devices hacked” and you probably will only find articles on WhatsApp. That’s it. So does this mean information is being stolen, but just not via mobile? If the … Read More