Yes, You Can Have Federal-Grade Mobile Data Security, Too!

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There’s no stopping the rise of an untethered, mobile enterprise. Whether employees are using their own devices or corporate-issued ones, mobile data security is a top concern for most organizations today. Yet highly regulated industries -- even the federal government -- can ensure their mobile data is secure with app-specific security measures. With a full-service mobile application management platform, paired with device management or not, you can rest assured that your data is secure.

Join Apperian, Appthority, and Mocana as they discuss the technology to address key enterprise mobility security concerns. Appthority covers how to inspect apps for potential security weaknesses in the code, and Mocana shares how to wrap apps with specific security policies to create “self-defending apps.” By managing the complete mobile application lifecycle, you can secure your mobile data, while liberating your enterprise.

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Yes, You Can Have Federal-Grade Mobile Data Security, Too!

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  2. 2. Common Challenges in federal MobilityWednesday, September 19, 12
  3. 3. Separation between MAM (ENTERPRISE APP STORE) & MDM &Wednesday, September 19, 12
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