Effective mobile threat detection across the mobile threat spectrum
Today’s mobile enterprise faces unique security challenges. Employee devices, mobile apps, and the data networks they interact with are all undergoing continuous change, requiring mobile threat detection to dynamically update and adjust for the range of possible threat vectors into your enterprise.
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Mobile threat detection @ the speed and scale of the modern enterprise
ADVANCED MOBILE THREAT ANALYTICS
DETECTION OPTIMIZED FOR DEVICES, APPS, & DATA NETWORKS
Using powerful threat analysis technologies, Appthority MTP is continually analyzing and leveraging threat detection models and indicators of compromise spanning the mobile device, app, and data network threat vectors to enterprise data.
UP-TO-DATE PROTECTION FROM APPTHORITY SECURITY EXPERTS
TECHNOLOGY, RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE COMBINED TO PROTECT YOUR ENTERPRISE
Appthority’s Mobile Threat Team (MTT) security experts actively manage a set of threat compliance policies and dynamic threat risk indicators to protect your enterprise from malicious mobile threats. These policies are constantly updated as new threats appear and are included in your Appthority subscription.
DYNAMIC MOBILE THREAT INDICATORS
CONTINUOUS REAL-TIME PROTECTION AS YOUR MOBILE THREAT LANDSCAPE CHANGES
Appthority’s mobile threat research and analysis generates an unrivaled set of continuously updated mobile threat indicators for a real-time view of active and potential mobile threats to your enterprise. Appthority MTP dynamically updates the threat indicators with new threat types, their severity and how they may impact your enterprise as new threats appear in the wild or are exposed through possible device, app, or network vulnerabilities.
MOBILE Threat Indicators
Appthority’s on-device MTP Mobile App (iOS & Android) monitors mobile devices to detect device-level threats such as the latest mobile operating system vulnerabilities, jailbroken and rooted devices, and security patch-level risks.
Mobile application threat indicators identify a broad range of potential security risks including malware, enterprise data loss, leakage, credentials theft, developer code framework vulnerabilities, and suspect sideloaded apps.
Network threat indicators reveal data sharing vulnerabilities such as in-progress Man-in-the-Middle attacks as well as IP/URL reputation assessment, and network destination content filtering.
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