Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - Special Edition, November 2013
Mobile device security is one of the biggest nightmares InfoSec pros face in the era of bring your own everything (BYOE). Simply banning employees from bringing their own technology into the workplace doesn't work. While no single tool exists to secure mobile devices, there are strategies that can help.
This Insider Edition examines mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) and describes the various features and options available so you can determine which is best suited to address your needs. Learn why it's critical that to look at mobile security as part of a larger security strategy -- one that encompasses the entire network and the people using it. Access >>>
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MDM vs. MAM: Comparing enterprise mobile security management options
by Matt Kosht, Contributor
Struggling to compare MDM vs. MAM? You're not alone. Learn all about the various technology options in enterprise mobile security management.
IT, workers need to know cloud storage security basics
by Diana Hwang
If workers use cloud-based file storage, IT has to be aware of where data is stored and users should be held responsible for their sharing.
- MDM vs. MAM: Comparing enterprise mobile security management options by Matt Kosht, Contributor
Companies consider application virtualization for mobile data security
by Diana Hwang
App virtualization can add a layer to mobile data security efforts, but it takes some work to set up and some users might find it frustrating to use.
- Companies consider application virtualization for mobile data security by Diana Hwang
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