Apperian Leverages Secusmart Security Card to Develop a Secured Mobile Tablet Solution
BOSTON, MA: Mobile Application Management (MAM) and Security Company, Apperian has revealed that its mobile tablet solution, which was jointly developed with Secusmart GmbH, a BlackBerry subsidiary, has been certified by German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). This secured mobile tablet solution made under Secusmart supervision is named as SecuTABLET. A new combined app and device security posture is framed by SecuTABLET where only protected apps can commercially perform tasks; off-the-shelf Samsung devices are leveraging.
This update also disclosed that customers can enjoy the benefits of this merger between Apperian innovative MAM and security platform and Secusmart Security Card. Customers can operate mission-critical applications with complete data-in-motion, data-at-rest, data-in-use encryption, and additional security capabilities that protect from operating system and app-based risks. With the security and management policies applicability on the beginning level, organizations can sense some relief from coding the source apps specifically in case of government use that is consider the security vision as the prime focus. This provides the flexibility and agility to agencies for deploying mission as per the security instructions.
“The BSI Certification by the German cyber security authority is another important milestone in validating Apperian’s government-grade mobile security capabilities,” said Brian Day, President and CEO, Apperian. “Together with Secusmart, Apperian is enabling a flexible, modular approach that utilizes readily available hardware and mobile apps so that organizations can capitalize on the rapid innovation on mobile platforms,” he mentioned.
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