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Mobility & Security

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Mobility and Securoty.jpg

Giving employees access to company information wherever they are

on a personal or company device is paramount for optimum productivity. Unfortunately, it also leaves the door open to increased cyber security threats which is why organisations need to take mobility

At Revio when we are providing a mobility & security service to our clients we use a range of measures and practices aimed at securing mobile devices, applications, and data. 

Here's some key areas we cover off in relation to this service.

  1. Mobile Device Security:
    We focus on securing smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices from a wide range of cyber threats, including malware, phishing attacks, and data breaches. This involves implementing security measures such as device encryption, screen locks, biometric authentication, and remote wipe capabilities to protect against unauthorised access and loss or theft of devices.


  2. Mobile Application Security:
    We aim to secure mobile apps developed for internal use or downloaded from app stores to ensure they are free from vulnerabilities and protect sensitive data. This includes implementing secure coding practices, performing code reviews, and conducting penetration testing to identify and remediate security flaws in mobile applications.


  3. Mobile Data Protection:  
    We put measures in place to protect sensitive data stored on mobile devices or transmitted over mobile networks from unauthorised access, interception, and leakage. This includes encrypting data at rest and in transit, implementing data loss prevention (DLP) controls, and enforcing secure file sharing policies to prevent data breaches and comply with privacy regulations.


  4. Mobile Threat Defence:
    We protect mobile devices from a wide range of cyber threats, including malware, phishing, network attacks, and device exploits. This includes deploying mobile threat detection solutions, implementing mobile device management (MDM) controls, and providing security awareness training to educate users about mobile security risks and best practices.


  5. Identity and Access Management (IAM):  
    We manage user identities and control access to mobile devices, applications, and data. This includes implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO), and federation identity management (FIM) to ensure that only authorised users can access corporate resources from mobile devices and enforce granular access controls based on user roles and privileges.


  6. Secure Mobile Connectivity:  
    We ensure that mobile devices can connect to corporate networks and resources securely, whether through Wi-Fi networks, cellular networks, or virtual private networks (VPNs). This involves implementing secure Wi-Fi and VPN configurations, enforcing network access controls, and monitoring mobile network traffic for signs of malicious activity.


  7. Mobile Security Policies and Compliance:  
    We help define rules, guidelines, and procedures governing the use of mobile devices, applications, and data within an organisation. This includes policies related to acceptable use, device configuration, data protection, and incident response. Compliance with mobile security policies helps organisations mitigate risks, maintain regulatory compliance, and enforce security standards across the mobile environment.

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