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Mobility Security Assessment
Enterprise mobility security assessment. These assessments are normally completed as part of solution deployment and valued at $5,000.
Current SyncDog EMM Integrations Include:
SyncDog is Looking to Integrate Further
We are actively evaluating EMM solutions to integrate the Secure.Systems™ containerized workspace with. If you have an EMM product and would like to partner with us, please contact us here.
Inclusion in Ingram Micro's Cloud Marketplace Enhances Accessibility of SyncDog's Next Generation Trusted Mobile Workspace (TMW) RESTON, Va., July 1, 2020 -- SyncDog, Inc., the leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss...
The SyncDog team is pleased to share we have been listed as one of the 5 Best Cybersecurity Companies to Watch by The Silicon Review. Along with this announcement, our CRO Brian Egenrieder is featured in The Silicon Review's June 2020 Edition. Below is a...
Company opens office in Dubai to capitalize on customer traction RESTON, VA. (PRWEB) APRIL 14, 2020 SyncDog Inc., the leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss prevention, today announced an increase in their Middle...
SyncDog’s Mobile Endpoint Security Solution Earned Gold in the 17th Annual Cyber Security Global Excellence Awards
The past twelve months have been rife with corporate security compromises as enterprises realize how far they lag in their implementation of Zero Trust mobile security solutions for their remote workforces. Even as vaccines for COVID-19 rollout, many big name...
Zero Trust. This security architecture concept, and naming mechanism, originated in 2010. It was introduced by a principal analyst at Forrester, John Kindervag. The following definition of Zero Trust, published by CSO, summarizes it as: “...a security concept centered...