Webinar: How to Deliver Secure Mission Critical Mobile Apps with Zimperium and 3rd Eye Technologies

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Webinar reveals how government organizations can secure their mobile apps to protect users from mobile threats.

Zimperium is providing customers, media and the general public with a live webinar in which they will learn about the mobile threat landscape of government mobile apps. The webinar will review the threats targeting government mobile apps and how government agencies can protect their organization and mobile app users from these threats. Zimperium executives, JT Keating, vice president of product strategy, and Chris Dworkin, GM of mobile application security, will lead the session and answer questions along with 3rd Eye Technologies’ CEO, Ron Huda. 3rd Eye Technologies specializes in providing mobile and cloud solutions in the cleared government space.

WHO: Zimperium, a global leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD) and a leading provider of real-time, on-device protection against known and unknown mobile threats.

TITLE: How to Deliver Secure Mission Critical Mobile Apps with Zimperium and 3rd Eye Technologies

WHAT: In this webinar, Zimperium will review the mobile threat landscape of government mobile apps, including:

  • The ways hackers are targeting public sector mobile apps
  • How you can protect your app against device, network and malware attacks
  • A real-world example of what one customer experienced in the first 30 days after deploying Zimperium’s “zIAP” security solution in their mobile app (hint: hundreds of thousands of threats)

WHY: There are many government-built mobile apps available for the public’s use. While the primary focus of these mobile apps is generally to enable easy access to information, security must also be a critical component. According to a recent Cybersecurity Insight Report by CDW and research firm IDG, nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of public sector agencies have experienced cyberattacks on their operational technology infrastructure.

WHERE: Register Now

WHEN: December 6, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. CT (15:00 GMT)

The post Webinar: How to Deliver Secure Mission Critical Mobile Apps with Zimperium and 3rd Eye Technologies appeared first on Zimperium Mobile Security Blog.

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Zimperium, the industry leader in Mobile Threat Defense, offers real-time, on-device protection against both known and previously unknown threats, enabling detection and remediation of attacks on all three mobile threat vectors - Device, Network and Applications. Zimperium’s patented z9™ detection engine uses machine learning to power zIPS™, mobile on-device Intrusion Prevention System app, and zIAP™, an embedded, In-App Protection SDK that delivers self-protecting iOS and Android apps. Leaders across the mobile ecosystem partner with Zimperium, including mobile operators (Airtel, Deutsche Telekom, SmarTone, SoftBank and Telstra), device manufacturers (Samsung, SIRIN, TriGem), and leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) providers (AirWatch, MobileIron, BlackBerry, Citrix and SAP). Headquartered in San Francisco, Zimperium is backed by Sierra Ventures, Samsung, Telstra, Warburg Pincus and SoftBank. Learn more at www.zimperium.com or our official blog at https://blog.zimperium.com.

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