Silicon Review has named SyncDog’s CEO and Founder, Jonas Gyllensvaan, Entrepreneur of the Month following SyncDog’s announcement of its latest release SyncDog SentinelSecureTM ver. 2.5, designed as a viable mobile solution for application security.
Reston, VA, September 21, 2016 – SyncDog, Inc., the leading ISV for mobile application containerization, today announced that its CEO and Founder, Jonas Gyllensvaan, has been named Entrepreneur of the Month by Silicon Review magazine. Silicon Review is an online and print community that identifies leading companies with innovative technology solutions and features them in their publication. The magazine allows top-level executives to share their contemporary thoughts, ideas, and technology to benefit the enterprise start-up ecosystem and give business leaders a better understanding of technology’s role in achieving business goals.
The award by Silicon Review comes on the heels of a new release of SentinelSecureTM, SyncDog’s industry-leading mobile containerized security solution. SyncDog recently released SentinelSecureTM ver. 2.5 at CTIA Super Mobility 2016. Version 2.5 includes a host of security enhancements, additional applications added to the secure mobile workspace, FIPS 140-2 certification, and certified integration with MobileIron MDM (Mobile Device Management) and other mobility management solutions. Industry-specific version builds of ver. 2.5 for Healthcare and U.S. Government Department of Defense workflow requirements are also available, with configurations designed to address four main workflows for users accessing enterprise tools from mobile sources: Secure Communications, Secure File Management, Secure Internet/Intranet Access, and Secure Location-based Services.
“The complex mobile security landscape is requiring solutions with more flexible deployment options than many enterprise vendors offer, and ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) are rising to fill these gaps,” said Jonas Gyllensvaan, founder and CEO of SyncDog. “Unsecured endpoints in the form of mobile devices are putting enterprise intellectual property at high risk, and the ISV’s ability to navigate the market with more flexibility has allowed SyncDog to thrive. We’re proud to have been recognized by Silicon Review for our work, and for featuring SentinelSecureTM in their recent publication.”
The SentinelSecureTM containerized workspace provides a secure data platform that encrypts and transports data between the enterprise and secure, “sandboxed” applications running on employees’ mobile devices. The workspace protects client enterprise networks with a secure, partitioned FIPS 140-2 certified* container on both iOS and Android devices and secures data both at rest and in transit using AES 256-bit encryption. SentinelSecureTM delivers the following enterprise mobility security benefits:
- Military-grade (FIPS 140-2 certified,* AES 256-bit encryption) containerized workstation with a full suite of business and productivity applications available within the container
- Container apps include Office Suite, Office 365, Gmail, SharePoint, a secure web browser for Internet/Intranet, texting, file management/sync, geo-location, and many others. Click here for the full list.
- Flexible deployment options as a standalone container, or bundled with EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) systems. SentinelSecureTM has certified integrations with MobileIron, Notify Technology, Inc., and Snow Software, and field integrations with other EMM solutions.
- Compatibility with the latest version of ActiveSync, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and Novell GroupWise.
- Simplified mobile application compliance, managed in a single containerized mobility solution
- Flexible pricing options for the industry’s lowest total cost of ownership
- Cross-platform compatibility, including both iOS and Android devices
To read Silicon Review’s full write up on SyncDog and Jonas Gyllensvaan, click here.
To download the SentinelSecureTM datasheet, click here.
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*FIPS 140-2 Certificate #2687 | Listing on Nist.gov can be found here.