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Mobile & Wireless

Fixmo offers SDK to secure mobile apps, data on iOS, Android

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 07:30 CET | News
Mobile risk management (MRM) company Fixmo has launched Fixmo SafeGuard SDK for securing mobile applications and protecting private data on iOS and Android devices. Fixmo SafeGuard adds additional layers of security and encryption to existing mobile applications to mitigate the risk of privacy loss, private data leakage, malicious exploits and policy compliance breaches. The Fixmo SafeGuard SDK creates a secure container around mobile applications by 'wrapping' them with advanced access controls, remote policy management and defense-grade data encryption. With the Fixmo SafeGuard SDK, applications developers can add capacities to their mobile applications for iOS and Android. Defense-Grade Encryption is a data-at-rest and data-in-transit and uses FIPS 140-2 validated AES 256-bit encryption. Application-Level Policy Management includes password controls and security checks to prevent the application from running if the device has been compromised, Jailbroken or Rooted. Remote Application Management includes remote lock/wipe commands and custom management policies. Application Deployment into Fixmo SafeZone is a secure workspace for enterprises and government agencies for BYOD and corporate-owned iOS and Android devices. Applications that are secured with the Fixmo SafeGuard SDK can be deployed directly to mobile devices and managed as individual applications, or they can be deployed into the Fixmo SafeZone secure corporate workspace and be centrally managed alongside other enterprise applications using the Fixmo SafeZone or Fixmo Sentinel management tools. It uses the same technology that powers the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace, which has been developed as part of Fixmo's Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US National Security Agency (NSA) and is now available for government agencies and enterprise customers around the world.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Fixmo
Countries: World
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