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- BYOD Data Security Threat – Potentially Your Greatest Cyber Threat
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- SyncDog Correlation Whitepaper – Why mobile device event log correlation matters
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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.
Secure.Systems Recognized as Top Solution for Data Loss Prevention and Mobile Security RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SyncDog Inc., the leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss prevention, today announced that...
By: Michelai Graham Reston, Virginia-based SyncDog is partnering with Singapore’s SecureAge, which develops enterprise encryption solutions and AI-driven anti-malware tech. Launched in 2013, SyncDog is a software vendor for mobile security and data loss prevention....
By: Kelly Sheridan Most organizations support a bring-your-own device (BYOD) protocol in which employees use their personal mobile devices in lieu of corporate-owned ones. But it's a mixed bag: Enterprise-owned devices offer more control over security; however, the...
By: Brian Egenrieder, CRO, SyncDog The U.S. does not yet have a comprehensive data privacy law at the federal level like GDPR in Europe – at least for now. The closest we come to it is the Federal Trade Commission Act which contains language that allows the U.S....
By: Brian Egenrieder, CRO, SyncDog Each year mobile security threats get more complex. At the beginning of 2020 we detailed seven mobile security threats to be aware of -- social engineering, public wi-fi networks, OS vulnerabilities, apps, human error, SMS and voice,...
By: Brian Egenrieder, CRO, SyncDog We live in a tech-centric world. On average, U.S. households contain 10 internet connected devices. When it comes to using some of those devices for work-related activities, employers start to sweat. The constant concern centers upon...