The world of mobile devices keeps on evolving at a quick pace. The humble, simple devices of the 90s (the feature phone and the personal computer) have evolved into powerful multitasking devices such as the smartphone. Thanks to the reduction in costs caused by its wide diffusion, this technology is currently working its way into an increasing number of products: cars, TVs, watches, or even sparking new industries such as Smart Home or eHealth devices.
As we rely more on these devices, they carry increasingly sensitive data. Devices they were previously isolated or only loosely connected to each other are now permanently connected to a network, or even to the Internet. This evolution increases the level of risk attached to each one of these devices. Smartphones can rely on the security of their SIM card, but not every issue can be solved by a SIM card, and devices such as tablets do not use SIM cards anyway.
Finally, many of these mobile devices are build on software platforms that cannot be secured because of design choices made many years ago, such as Linux and Android. These platforms do not offer an acceptable level of security to customers that need to work with confidential data. Security solutions that build on such platforms (such as container solutions or “hardened” versions of these platforms) are ultimately limited to a low level of security. Security must be build from the ground up.
What we can do for you:
Prove & Run can help you address the security challenges of the mobile telecommunication industry with a comprehensive range of products and services designed to help you protect mobile devices at the highest level of security while keeping the cost and time-to-market compatible with the constraints of this industry.
For example, Prove & Run’s products can be used to secure:
- Smartphones and tablets for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) scenario, or in one of its derivatives such as COPE (Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled),
- Mobile devices for Public Safety (firefighters, EMTs, police personnel, etc)
For more details about how we can help you solve the security challenges of your mobile telecommunication projects, please contact moc.n1503571370urnev1503571370orp@s1503571370elas1503571370.Print