Secure.Systems™, by SyncDog

A Containerized Mobile DLP Solution for Enterprise Security

That Goes Beyond Your EMM.

Bring your Own Device - Secure Deployment Solutions

Tired of being chained to your desk? 

You need SyncDog’s Secure.Systems™. Secure.Systems™ is a mobile security solution built with the mobile worker in mind. Watch to learn how to turn your personal device into a mobile office.

Empower Your Mobile Workforce

A single instance of our Secure.Systems™ solution can be utilized across your mobile workforce as well as 3rd party contractors and consultants.

Enable BYOD

The Secure.Systems™ Workspace provides a secure application platform for employees accessing enterprise mobile productivity apps on BYOD or CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) devices.

Increased Productivity & Security

Our solution finally removes the technological struggle of having to choose between increased security or increased productivity. SyncDog enables you to have both.

See How Secure.Systems™ Can Secure Your Mobile Workforce

News

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Why Corporate Legal Teams Care About Cybersecurity

By: Brian Egenrieder, CRO, SyncDog Warren Buffet is quoted as saying, “It takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” He’s right. Brand reputation is built by continuously providing internal and external stakeholders with top notch results...

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Twitter

As another #stimulus package is expected in the coming weeks, threat actors are likely to ramp up efforts in setting mobile #malware traps that would give them access to the economic stimulus payments: https://t.co/1DwDbU7Xm9 @CNET @shelbybrown91

Our CRO, @BrianEggs12, discusses the biggest #mobilesecurity incidents of 2020 so far from #COVID19 themed attacks to #TikTok concerns. Check out the most recent blog: https://t.co/Nqn0iquvvC #SyncDog

It’s no secret that #BYOD is beneficial, but it’s also one of the fastest growing threat vectors. Organizations need to be able to support mobile productivity securely without sacrificing efficiency or their employees’ privacy: https://t.co/QSfwPNcGl4 @TechRepublic @lancewhit

It has been recently reported that the hack of several high-profile Twitter accounts was a result of a #mobile #spearphishing attack targeting employees. Read more about the discovery on @threatpost: https://t.co/nrSek53il8 #mobilesecurity

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