Do You Know If Your Android Devices Are SAFE?
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As more and more of your employees are purchasing Android devices, and expecting to use them for work, are you prepared? Android is the top mobile operating system in the US, and analysts expect this ...

As more and more of your employees are purchasing Android devices, and expecting to use them for work, are you prepared? Android is the top mobile operating system in the US, and analysts expect this won’t change anytime soon. The openness of the operating systems brings benefits and also risks, and you need to make sure your corporate data is protected.

Join Matthew Olszewski, Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances, Enterprise Mobility at Samsung, and Tyler Stone, Strategic Partner Manager at Apperian, as they show you how you can secure corporate data on Android devices in the enterprise.

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    Do You Know If Your Android Devices Are SAFE? Do You Know If Your Android Devices Are SAFE? Presentation Transcript

    • Samsung / Apperian
    • The critical question facing mobile businesses todayHow do we protect corporate data on hundreds and thousands ofmobile devices – especially if we don’t own them? • Companies deploying apps with sensitive and proprietary corporate data • > 50% of the US workforce owns their own smartphone • 61% of global enterprises support use of personal devices Data source: Gartner; Forrester
    • Securing apps and data – not just the device MAM and some MDM solutions offer a variety of basic app management capabilities, including:• Delete remotely• Device wipe and/or lock• Malware inspection But real app security requires a more focused effort … … encrypting and protecting data at the app level, not the device or OS
    • Mobile app security: key comparisons Technology Description Considerations✓App Policies Security policies wrapped • or injected into compiled • No development or source code access required Fine-grained policies down to individual apps & users app • Maintains native user experience✗ MachinesVirtual Installation of secondary OS on device – apps run within this VM • • • Performance and battery hog Separates data – doesn’t secure it Separates & divides the native user experience✗ Sandboxes / Containers • Multiple apps run within a • single, secured container • Cannot enforce policies on individual apps & users Separates & divides the native user experience Multiple apps within a “Super App” Use APIs to add security • Requires integration at the time of app development✗Integrated SDKs into app at development time • • Updating security policies requires development Does not support pre-existing or developed apps
    • Apperian app policies … powered by Mocana(a) App-Level Data Encryption(b) App-Level VPN(c) App-Level Passcode(d) App-Level Copy/Paste Protection wrapped around individual mobile apps• Uses FIPS 140-2 certified encryption and Suite B algorithms• Enables:o Separation of enterprise & personal datao “Bring Your Own Device” to worko Protection of enterprise datao Native user experience
    • Apperian app policies – a deeper look Security and Usage Policies Capability• Accomplished through a fully-automated technique called “App Wrapping”• Supports managed & unmanaged devices:o Internal employee facing appso Customer/Partner Apps (B2C, B2B)
    • Let’s see how this all actually works… DEMO