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SyncDog 6 Things That Will Accelerate Enterprise Mobility Security Adoption

IoT is here, fueling the fire for cyber risk via mobile sources. By 2020, there will be more than 1,000,000,000 M2M (yes, a billion plus!) connections, each device module capable of accessing your network by a malicious hacker. Are you/will you be prepared?

Learn more in this informative whitepaper titled “6 Things That Will Accelerate Enterprise Mobility Security Adoption.”

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SyncDog Correlation Whitepaper – Why mobile device event log correlation matters

A recent study by Gartner, Inc. projected that by the year 2018, 70 percent of mobile professionals will conduct their work on personal smart devices. The report cites three key operational challenges enterprises will have to deal with as more personal phones and tablets invade the workplace – governance and compliance, mobile device management, and security. Best-practice IT security dictates that you monitor event logs with a correlation engine to proactively manage cyber threat. Download this paper for more details on mobile device event log correlation.

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IntegriCell/SyncDog Whitepaper – Six critical things you need to know before taking your mobile device out of the United States

International traveling has its dangers but one that is little thought of is smartphone and tablet hacking. Billions of dollars are lost every year from mobile device intrusion, and in nearly every case, the victim never knows he/she has been hacked until it’s too late. This is another eye-opening whitepaper on the dangers of traveling overseas with your mobile device.

 


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