Zimperium Announces Mobile Threat Defense for BYOD users with Microsoft Intune

Today, Microsoft announced an exciting new capability providing additional benefits to users of apps protected by Microsoft Intune app protection policies. You can read the official announcement here. Zimperium device risk-based evaluation is now integrated with Microsoft Intune for protected apps on non-enrolled devices to add another layer of protection for corporate data in bring-your-own-device … Read More

How to Increase your Mobile Device Security with MobileIron MTD (Powered by Zimperium)

To alleviate all user adoption issues and provide complete mobile security, MobileIron has integrated Zimperium’s technology directly into the MobileIron agent. Known as “MobileIron Threat Defense,” this enables unparalleled on-device detection and remediation of mobile threats. Since 2007, MobileIron has been the leader in mobile enterprise security. Its mobile-centric, zero trust approach goes beyond traditional … Read More

Protecting Your Mobile Devices with Workspace ONE and Zimperium MTD

In order to help organizations of all sizes proactively protect employees and data from mobile threats, Zimperium has partnered with the leading UEM (unified endpoint management) providers, including VMware’s Workspace ONE, to deliver sophisticated threat protection for mobile devices. We are able to detect threats and work with UEMs to remediate risks and enforce policies. … Read More

Augmenting Intune with Zimperium’s MTD

According to our latest State of Enterprise Mobile Report, mobile devices continue to be the target of attack at increasing rates. There is a relatively simple explanation for this – in a typical organization today, 60 percent of the endpoints containing or accessing enterprise data are mobile; the majority of which do not have any … Read More

My Four Truths (So Far) Regarding Mobile Security

I started working at Zimperium late January this year in the marketing communications department, and well…I’m busy.   Every day is something new. Monday – OS problem. Tuesday – “Joker” malware downloaded. Wednesday – Phones could be hacked with a single text message. Thursday – Phishing scams on the rise. Friday – OS patch fixes jailbreaking … Read More