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mbenayed
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mbenayed,
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3/4/2013 | 5:17:13 PM
re: Feds Want Single Mobile Management Platform
Interesting.
Have they considered Proximity Security?
MDM provide a great management tool, however, they are vulnerable to device attack and active session attack.

Consider what happens if the enemy targets those devices, and does an Active Session Attack on them? i.e. yank those devices after the user logged in?

Proximity Security is the only technology that guarantees data security, session security as well as device security. By the way, it provides 6 factors of authentication and an excellent user experience using proximity SSO.

bena@SecureAccessTechnologies.com
Drew Conry-Murray
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2/12/2013 | 12:37:31 AM
re: Feds Want Single Mobile Management Platform
I'm curious to see what the GSA comes up with. That's a long list of requirements.

Drew Conry-Murray
Editor, Network Computing


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