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30 Coolest Mobile Device Management And Security Companies: 2019 Mobility 100

We've rounded up the leading security vendors focused on mobile threats to businesses, along with the top providers of mobile device management solutions.

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Proofpoint

Top Executive: Gary Steele, CEO

Headquarters: Sunnyvale, Calif.

Proofpoint's Mobile Defense solutions focuses on detecting malicious apps--including apps that have been vetted and published in public app stores--as well as analyzing WiFi networks for mobile security threats, risky configurations and attacks. Proofpoint's client app, available for both iOS and Android, also detects device anomalies such as abnormal CPU usage and file system tampering that can point toward a zero-day threat.

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RSA

Top Executive: Rohit Ghai, President

Headquarters: Bedford, Mass.

RSA offers strong authentication for mobile users via its SecurID Access two-factor push authentication solution. Mobile authentication options include mobile push notification, one-time password, biometrics, SMS, soft tokens and voice callback. RSA's mobile authenticators support both software-as-a-service applications and on-premises systems.

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Sophos

Top Executive: Kris Hagerman, CEO

Headquarters: United Kingdom

Sophos' unified endpoint management solution, Sophos Mobile, includes capabilities such as configuration and policy control for devices (across Windows 10, macOS, iOS, and Android); inventory and asset management for devices; app security and control (including whitelisting and blacklisting of apps); mobile content management; and a variety of other security features (including protection against malware, ransomware, phishing and web attacks). Sophos Mobile integrates with other Sophos products such as endpoint security, and recently launched an integration with the Microsoft Intune enterprise mobility management solution.

 
 
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