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Symantec rolls out mobile security solutions

BYOD (1)Symantec showcased its most recent mobile solutions for both businesses and consumers this week at two industry conferences, Mobile World Congress and RSA Conference 2014.

On display at both conferences, Symantec’s mobile experts shared new solutions that enable management of information across iOS and Android platforms.

These include Symantec’s Push Authentication technology for Symantec Validation and ID Protection (VIP) Service, which removes the need to manually enter a PIN every time someone logs into a VPN connection. The user clicks “allow” on their mobile device and the VPN client will automatically login without requiring a PIN.

It has also introduced a sealed program, which delivers enterprise-class security for both internal and third-party applications on both iOS and Android operating systems.

The program more than 125 applications, and allows customers to manage an ecosystem of third-party licensed applications and organic applications in a single workspace for their corporate end users.

“In a world where mobility plays an integral part of both our personal and professional lives, Symantec’s mission is to help reduce security and privacy risks that prevent people from getting the most out of their devices,” said Chandra J. Rangan, Vice President, Enterprise Segment Marketing, Symantec Corporation. “We are thrilled to build out our partner ecosystem, and share our expertise in mobile security management and technologies this week to further help our customers learn firsthand how easy it is to be productive and protected – wherever they may be.”

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