With MobileIron, security means enabling business not restricting it.
The security challenges of modern mobile operating systems are very different from those of the legacy PC era. Mobile operating systems have shifted to a new, sandboxed architecture that results in higher stability, improved user productivity and easier updates. This new architecture eliminates traditional malware threats, and incorporates built-in security and management APIs.
Additionally, Enterprise data now lives in both corporate and consumer apps and cloud storage repositories. The goal with mobile security is to secure that corporate data wherever it is. In the mobile world, the right security model means that employees can do more. Making this possible requires a new model for security: identity and trust determine employee access.
The flip side of security is privacy. Mobile devices are highly personal and almost every device will contain a mix of personal and corporate information. IT needs to be able to secure and manage the enterprise information on the device without seeing the personal information. This is critical in a world where privacy is becoming increasingly important to both the user and to all of regulatory communities around the world.
The MobileIron mobile security platform was built to secure and manage modern operating systems in a world of mixed-use devices. It incorporates identity, context, and privacy enforcement to set the appropriate level of access to enterprise data and services. With MobileIron, IT can secure corporate information wherever it lives while preserving the sanctity of employee privacy. With MobileIron, security means enabling business not restricting it.