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How Check Point Helps Improve Mobile Security

Russell Thomas, Enterprise Security Mag | Friday, January 08, 2021

Check Point makes managing mobile threats fast and easy by providing security teams with real-time threat intelligence and visibility into mobile threats that could impact their business.

FREMONT, CA: In the modern digital age, mobile vulnerability is at an all-time high. There are so many unseen threats out to retrieve private information on employees' mobile devices. Luckily, there are effective ways to protect information on mobile devices. By giving mobile devices the protection it needs, enterprises can create barriers between them and the hackers seeking out sensitive private information. Check Point offers an innovative approach to mobile security that detects and stops mobile threats before they start. Whether enterprise data rests on a device or in movement through the cloud, Check Point's mobile threat prevention helps protect enterprises from vulnerabilities and attacks that put their data at risk. Read on to know more.

Top 10 Checkpoint Solution Companies - 2020Only Check Point offers a complete mobile security solution that guards mobile devices against threats, applications, and the network and provides the industry's highest threat catch rate. Mobile threat prevention leverages malicious app detection to find known and unknown breaches by applying threat emulation, app reputation, advanced static code analysis, and machine learning. Check Point solution captures apps as they are downloaded to mobile devices and runs each in a virtual, cloud-based environment to evaluate its behavior before being flagged as malicious. It's easy to understand; exportable analysis reports help security teams ensure apps employees use safely.

It protects devices from unprotected network access and other attacks and stops access to the corporate network when a threat is found. It uses real-time risk evaluations at the device-level to mitigate the attack surface by identifying attacks, vulnerabilities, changes in configurations, and advanced rooting. Its dynamic threat response prevents compromised mobile devices from accessing an enterprise's network. It enables organizations to set adaptive policy controls based on unique thresholds to reduce and eliminate threats on the mobile device. This solution anonymizes the data it uses for analysis to keep security intelligence information separated. The analysis is performed in the cloud to limit the impact on device performance, so users stay protected without learning anything new.

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