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Mobile security moving to a unified approach

Investment in mobile technologies is a key part of digital transformation, but that has to be done in tandem with investment in keeping those technologies secure.  An effective enterprise mobile management implementation is a good place to start to help isolate corporate data and monitor an organisation’s mobile device activity.

Keeping an enterprise mobile security strategy up to date and compliant with a security checklist is essential, as is ensuring that the best security tools are deployed.

The current trend shows a move from mobile device management, to enterprise mobile management and unified endpoint management, indicating a move towards a unified approach to mobile security. But there is no doubt that mobile security is necessary, with a range of security threats and mobile malware campaigns reported in recent months. 

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