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Today, enterprise mobility plan has become a vital part of every business strategy to make an enterprise more efficient and productive. Enterprises are moving towards digitization embracing BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) that hit the marketplace every day. But with this advancement, the security is affected adversely. The hackers with their hacking skills try to get into their devices and applications to destroy the business or user information and implant malware.


Enterprise Mobility Security

There is a proportional relationship between the mobility and the risks of potential security threats and attacks. With the increase in the mobility plan and its functions, there is an increase in the security threats.

With such security issues, enterprises deem to strengthen mobile security. Here are some key considerations an enterprise needs to take into account to their mobile security strategy.

  • Implementing Mobile Encryption:

    According to Gartner, there are three levels of encryption that affects your mobile devices – device-level encryption, data-level encryption, and network-level encryption. The device-level encryption primarily focusses to provide protection to the devices when they are lost or stolen. This encryption type detects people who steal and try to access the data from your device. The second encryption type focuses on securing your data in the device. It encrypts the data stored in a secured container of the device.

    The network-level encryption encrypts the data transmitted to unidentified networks, securing a channel between two network endpoints. Implementation of these mobile encryption levels will make it easier for IT professionals to manage encryption effectively.

  • Limiting Remote Access:

    While working in remote and public environments, you must control the data flow and restrict remote access. The hackers find it difficult to interpret the data when you secure the remote access. This helps you establish a secure connection between the corporate network and encrypted mobile devices. This also ensures the security of data exchanged in all scenarios – within the corporate environment as well as when using a public or private network.

  • Performing Mobile Security Audits:

    Various penetration tests and mobile security threats should be conducted at least once a year in order to secure your mobile environment. The reputable mobile security testing company can detect security threats and can help you to prevent them early on.

  • Compliance Reporting:

    Compliance reporting provides total management of enterprise mobile security environment to IT pros including users, applications, devices, access rights, and more. This management and control help the IT department to identify security issues well before they affect your intellectual property, financial assets, and other sensitive information while keeping them at bay.

  • Implementing Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Policy:

    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policy ensures total security of user and business data. It is implemented to restrict users from transmitting the sensitive or critical business information outside the network. DLP allows an IT admin to control the share, access, edit and delete rights provided to users through a mobile device. DLP allows the user to access and view a document on an authorized app on through a device, but restricts sharing, editing or saving the document to an unauthorized app on the cloud.

These mobile security threats are rising day-by-day. Implementing these key considerations is not an option rather it is the need of the hour. Along with the above-mentioned ways to secure your mobile data one must possess proper knowledge about the mobile security and enhance the security posture time to time.

These key considerations in your Enterprise mobile apps development strategy will help you exercise proper security compliance, provide you flexibility in data sharing and keep the hackers miles away.