Dell secures mobile access to corporate data

|April 14, 2016 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Dell today announced updates to the SonicWall Secure Mobile Access(SMA) operating system to help organizations keep their rapidly growing mobile workforces productive, without skimping on security.

According to a recent Forrester report, the digital worker requires access to sensitive data at all times of the day and week from any location or device. A full 52% of global information workers have access to customer data (e.g., names, contact information, or credit card data) regardless of whether or not they need to use it for work. Securing this access is the only way to improve engagement without risking customer trust.

SMA provides remote workers with policy-enforced SSL VPN access to mission-critical applications, data and resources. Administrators can quickly provision secure access and role-based privileges to authorized remote workers.

This newest Dell SonicWall SMA 11.4 ensures secure access across all key operating systems and mobile devices, including Windows, iOS, Mac OSX, Android, Kindle Fire, Linux and Chrome OS.

The Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access portfolio also contains patented technology designed to detect the malware infected and fake mobile apps.

“Security and fear of data breach by far are the biggest barriers to expanding a mobility program. We aim to address these security challenges of organizations with our update to Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) operating system (OS). With SonicWall SMA appliances, organizations can also speed-up secure mobile deployment and lower IT costs,” said Amit Singh, Country Manager, Dell SonicWall.

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