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TechRadar™: Enterprise Mobile Security, Q4 2013

December 13, 2013

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There are an ever-expanding number of approaches to enterprise mobile security. The current and emerging plethora of technologies span the stack from the network layer to the application layer, leaving security and risk (S&R) professionals with little idea which technology will best meet their security needs while still supporting an empowered workforce. Each technology has a different employee experience and level of effectiveness, making the evaluation and purchasing process difficult. S&R influencers and pros must thoroughly understand the technologies, their operational use cases, the required investment, and the potential for long-term market adoption in order to make an informed and educated purchase decision. This TechRadar report, part of the mobile security playbook, defines the use cases, business value, and outlook for the 14 technologies that comprise the core enterprise mobile security technologies.

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Table of Contents

  • Security Is Vital To A Mobile Workforce, But Options Are Overwhelming
  • Why The Future Of Enterprise Mobile Security Technology Matters
  • Overview: TechRadar For Enterprise Mobile Security Technologies
  • A Layered Defense Bridges The Gap
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Ignoring The User Experience Undermines Security
  • Supplemental Material
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