Mocana security experts will be on hand in Booth 533 to discuss the latest techniques in mobilizing sensitive enterprise data for use on employees’ personal smartphones and other devices (BYOD), as well as on devices belonging to the consultants, partners and customers who make up an organization’s ‘extended enterprise.’
The Mocana MAP solution accelerates wide-scale deployment of enterprise mobile apps by easily and reliably adding a security shield to any app in seconds, regardless of device platform, and without the need to write any code. With its data-centric model of security, Mocana MAP helps meet the challenges of the third era of enterprise mobility by enabling IT to maintain security of sensitive enterprise data across a broad range of devices and apps.
MAP helps enterprises meet compliance and audit requirements by standardizing the security implementation across all enterprise apps, whether developed internally or by third parties. MAP dramatically reduces the need to penetration test, audit and certify each app by enabling enterprises to certify a single app security approach, expediting industry compliance and audit requirements like HIPAA and PCI.
Mocana MAP is largely invisible to end-users; MAP-wrapped apps work with their native user experience. And unlike many competing “app-wrapping” packages, MAP is a robust and mature product that consistently performs in real-world bake-offs and penetration tests.
Mocana unlocks the extended mobile enterprise and simplifies wide-scale deployments by securing apps automatically, in seconds. The company's Mobile Application Protection (MAP) app-shielding solution, distributed globally by SAP, mitigates the complexities of mobile management, while freeing developers from tedious and expensive security coding. Launched in 2004 and recognized by the
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