Secure.Systems™, by SyncDog
A Containerized Mobile DLP Solution for Enterprise Security
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RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SyncDog Inc., the leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss prevention, today announced their partnership with the world’s leading cyber security company, Symantec. This partnership will...read more
Mobile workforces requiring “anytime, anywhere” access are the established reality for many public- and private-sector organizations. And although comprehensive security policies go to great lengths to account for the devices and applications employees are using, gaps...read more
When developing policies for mobile devices, IT Leaders must be cognizant of security threats such as data leakage, spyware, and cryptojacking attacks. Enterprise Mobility Exchange spoke with Brian Egenrieder, CRO of SyncDog to explore this topic in more detail. Read...read more
SyncDog CRO Brian Egenrieder is a guest blogger for Symantec in their Expert Perspectives column. Here is a snippet of his most recent blog below: When it comes to planning out enterprise security in a world increasingly dominated by mobile-savvy employees, even...read more
By: Clay Miller, CTO, SyncDog With each passing headline that screams of yet another company hacked, municipality breached, and healthcare system network rendered inoperable, it has become evident to executive leaders that organizations’ data security is a...read more
Posted by Clay Miller, CTO, SyncDog There is an old adage that says “when the tide goes out, you find out who’s swimming naked.” As it turns out, enterprise mobile security has been a party at a nude beach and no one even read the sign. Unfortunately, a recent report...read more