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Mobile security needs to provide protection against known attack vectors Mobile security needs to provide protection against known attack vectors
Mobile security needs to provide protection against known attack vectors. Find out how Check Point’s SandBlast technology works here. Mobile security needs to provide protection against known attack vectors

Now, more than ever, businesses must enable workers to access business resources and data from their mobile devices. Even with a unified endpoint management, enterprise mobility management solution and mobile device management solution, attackers quickly identified the mobile device as an easy target. 

As most EMMs/UEMs do not actively scan for mobile-related threats like malicious apps, vulnerable operating systems, network-based attacks, or protect users against phishing and other social engineering attacks, businesses are rolling mobile security solutions to provide this missing layer of protection. 

Mobile endpoints such as phones and tablets are as vulnerable as laptops and PCs, so there is no reason to require different security standards when allowing them to access business resources and data. Mobile devices should be a part of any endpoint security strategy.

Like other endpoint security solutions, mobile security needs to provide protection against known attack vectors, including malware, network-based attacks and phishing, and also prevent attacks that are not yet known, i.e. zero-day attacks.

Check Point’s SandBlast technology can help protect corporate data on mobile devices. SandBlast offers advanced threat prevention, full visibility into mobile risks, and an elegant user experience.

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