Secure Mobility Solutions for Service Providers

Securing mobile lives and workplaces

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Overview

Mobile users see their devices as an extension of themselves, connecting them to their lives and work. By making it easy for users to protect their devices and data, you can increase your appeal across the markets you serve.

The McAfee mobile security portfolio helps you differentiate your offerings with security safeguards against device loss, data theft, malware, and web-based threats. These high-value services come with flexible go-to-market, delivery, support, and billing options to operate smoothly within existing service infrastructures and business models, and increase average revenue per user, customer stickiness, and service margins. And with the McAfee SECURE Business Ready Program, you can demonstrate your commitment to security as you increase your appeal to business audiences.

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.

McAfee Mobile Security
McAfee Mobile Security

Comprehensive protection for your mobile device and personal data in the event of loss or theft, enables you to back up and restore your data, safeguards your device against viruses and spyware, and helps you to safely surf the mobile web with malicious link blocking.

Resources

Data Sheets

McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management

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

White Papers

The 7 Deadly Threats to 4G - 4G LTE Security Roadmap and Reference Design

This paper provides a detailed review of seven threats that take on unique profiles within 4G networks. It also offers a security reference architecture to efficiently counter these threats with minimal cost or service disruption.

Follow the Money

As the largest dedicated security vendor, McAfee offers unique advantages for operators, device manufacturers, and others in the mobile value chain.

Community

Blogs

  • What is Ransomware?
    Robert Siciliano - December 22, 2014

    Imagine that you want to pull up a certain file on your computer. You click on the file and suddenly a notice flashes on your screen saying your computer has been compromised and in order to get your files back, you need to pay up some money. This, ladies and gentlemen, is ransomware, a nasty […]

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  • Scammers Sell Free Mobile Flash Player Using YouTube Feeds
    Daisuke Nakajima - December 18, 2014

    Scammers love to sell “Flash Player” for Android to careless users who are easily deceived. Although a series of these scam apps were deleted from the official Android app store after our recent report, malicious apps such as Android/Fladstep have reappeared in the store. This time scammers are promoting their sales tools using the RSS […]

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  • WhatsApp with End-to-End Encryption?
    Lianne Caetano - December 16, 2014

    Throughout the past year, many mobile messaging apps have come under fire for inherent security vulnerabilities. This month, WhatsApp (one of the largest globally used messaging apps) has gone to great lengths to ensure users’ personal data is protected. Their recent deployment of end-to-end encryption, one of the largest to date, poses the question: is […]

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  • Should You Use Near-Field Communications?
    Robert Siciliano - December 15, 2014

    Have you ever wondered what kind of superpower you’d have? I’ve always wanted to send messages and ideas with my mind to others. My dream can sort of come true with near-field communications (NFC). You’ve might not have heard of NFC, but if you have a smartphone, there’s a good chance you’ve used it. If […]

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  • Defending Against a ‘New Normal’ through Relevance
    Brett Kelsey - December 11, 2014

    This is part I in a series on proactive defense using a proven professional services security methodology When my credit card got declined at the gas station I remembered a term I’d recently read in an article about a large retailer’s data breach.  The term is “vulnerability-fatigue,” where news of a recent disaster is ignored […]

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