Secure Enterprise Mobility

Securing mobile lives and workplaces

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Overview

Serving businesses ranging from small offices to global enterprises, McAfee understands the challenges IT faces in protecting mobile devices and the data on them. Consumerization of IT can save enterprises hundreds of dollars per employee, while making employees happier and more productive.

McAfee Secure Enterprise Mobility solutions respect both IT and user requirements for control and convenience. Our scalable offerings respond to users’ needs as those users shift from consumers to corporate employees — and back again. IT gains governance over users’ devices, regardless of ownership, to ensure that enterprises can protect the device, the data on the device, and the corporate network, while respecting the employee’s privacy when the device is used for personal purposes.

Key Benefits

  • Secure the device and the data on it
    Maintain governance over the device and control over corporate data. With McAfee Secure Enterprise Mobility solutions, enforce access control policies and securely mobilize email and corporate applications.
  • Manage the end-to-end mobile lifecycle
    Reduce cost and increase security by managing the entire mobile security lifecycle, from seamless provisioning and secure connectivity to remote control and ongoing compliance with policies.
  • Extend enterprise infrastructure
    Use McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software to manage mobile devices alongside other endpoints and securely connect mobile devices to user directories, Wi-Fi, VPN, and strong authentication mechanisms without additional complexity.
  • Apply consistent controls
    Avoid the security gaps caused by running parallel infrastructures and manage the security of mobile devices just as other endpoints are managed.
  • Work with an expanding range of devices
    Provide device choice with support for an ever-expanding range of smartphones and tablets, from iPhones and iPads to Android devices and more.

Products and Programs

McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management (McAfee EMM)
McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management (McAfee EMM)

With data and device protection for today’s most popular mobile devices, including Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and Android, McAfee provides a complete and scalable security solution that embraces device diversity. Enterprises can offer employees mobile device choice, while delivering secure and easy access to mobile corporate applications.

McAfee SECURE Business Ready Program
McAfee SECURE Business Ready Program

The McAfee SECURE Business Ready Program opens new avenues to device manufacturers and mobile service providers. It creates an opportunity in the enterprise with every mobile device purchased. When customers buy a McAfee SECURE Business Ready device, they find it easier to bring their device to work. By joining this program, McAfee partners can further differentiate their offerings and find new revenue streams in the corporate segment.

Resources

Data Sheets

McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management

For a technical summary on the McAfee product listed above, please view the product data sheet.

Solution Briefs

Smarter BYOD

As Gartner predicts, BYOD is here to stay and will soon become the rule rather than the exception. Users are eager to embrace the trend, but IT is reticent for good reason. This solution brief shows IT how to successfully get a handle on BYOD with a scalable strategy and integrated solutions that fall under the umbrella of the Security Connected framework from McAfee.

Community

Blogs

  • Android’s CyanogenMod Vulnerable to Zero-Day Threat
    Gary Davis - October 17, 2014

    Have you installed CyanogenMod on your Android device? If yes, you’re likely vulnerable to a newly discovered zero-day threat (an attack that takes advantage of a previously unknown vulnerability). If you have no idea what CyanogenMod is—don’t worry, chances are your device is secure. At the Ruxcon Security Conference in Australia last week, a security researcher presented […]

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  • What You Need to Know in the Wake of Snapchat’s Massive Message Leak
    Gary Davis - October 14, 2014

    Last week, thousands of Snapchat users had their privacy violated in the same manner as the victims of the now month-old celebgate: they had personal photos and videos shared across the Internet without their consent. Like celebgate, an assumed security protocol was found to either be poorly implemented or nonexistent. Like celebgate, it was found […]

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  • Is Your Teen Using Mobile Banking Facility
    Anindita Mishra - October 13, 2014

    Mobile banking is the new age smartphone revolution. While the computer and laptop brought the bank to our homes, the smartphone made it possible for us to take our bank along, wherever we go. So convenient it is that the global populace is rapidly opting for this method of banking. Though mobilebanking is not strictly […]

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  • Don’t Judge An App By Its Cover
    Lianne Caetano - October 7, 2014

    When it comes to the security of your mobile apps, things are not always how they appear on the surface. Stealthy malicious apps often seem benign at first glance but once installed, run quietly in the background harvesting your data and personal information. Thanks to these malicious apps created by hackers, the seemingly innocuous programs […]

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  • What’s Your Click IQ?
    Robert Siciliano - October 6, 2014

    The recent celebrity photo hacks are an unfortunate reminder of how devastating or embarrassing it can be to have your data compromised.  But celebrities are not the only ones getting hacked. Cybercriminals aren’t choosy—they’ll send malicious texts, emails, and website links to Jennifer Lawrence and your grandma. And while the celebrity hacks are more publicized, […]

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