Users don’t know what is being installed and have no control. May cause resistance and shadow IT.
Users can be in control, knowing what they are installing and not feeling like IT has just installed a backdoor.
App must be signed and packaged with developer account, then deployed through an internal app store.
Users install directly from the app store and log in with enterprise credentials, or EMM can push the app for automatic registration.
New versions must be re-signed, repackaged and re-deployed manually every time.
Deployed apps will update automatically over the air, with zero action or attention by users or IT.
Private apps use private APIs that have greater access to personal content and communications on the device.
Public apps are required by OS vendors to respect user privacy and separation of data and communications.
Apps often consume excessive resources and give unnecessary alerts, interrupting productivity and the mobile experience.
App uses minimal resources (always <3% battery) and lowest false positives to have zero impact on productivity or mobile experience.
Focus on business apps and communications in particular. May not secure personal content.
Protects personal apps and communications in addition to business activities.
Private API features may be removed by OS vendors at any time, risking enterprise security.
Public APIs are supported from version to version, preserving the functionality and value of the app.
Skycure is distributed on the public app store, making deployment and maintenance far simpler.
Skycure’s mobile app is incapable of violating user privacy and also protects personal activities, increasing end-user enthusiasm
Skycure leverages stable APIs that are future-proof, not private APIs that may change or disappear.
Detection + Protection
This Skycure Product Overview covers all the solutions offered by the Skycure Mobile Security platform to defend against physical, network, malware and application level attacks.
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