Zimperium now integrates with Microsoft Azure to detect and thwart advanced mobile attacks. Our mobile threat defense (MTD) platform easily integrates directly with Microsoft Azure to give enterprise customers all of the benefits of Zimperium’s award-winning platform in the Azure Cloud.
Zimperium on Azure delivers real-time, on-device threat detection and remediation for Android and iOS devices using our heralded z9 technology. Enterprises can now utilize existing available Azure resources to deploy zConsole and integrate with leading enterprise mobility management (EMM), security incident and event monitoring (SIEM) and single-sign-on (SSO) solutions. The platform’s deployment options include Shared SaaS, Dedicated SaaS and On-Premise (via an organization’s private cloud).
Deploying mobile threat detection on Microsoft’s Azure integrated cloud services is simple and it will help developers and IT professionals build, deploy and manage applications through Microsoft’s global network of datacenters. Microsoft is passionate about making security and privacy a priority at every step, from code development through incident response, can now be immediately extended to mobile devices. Ryan McGee, director, Security Product Marketing, Microsoft Corp. added,
“Microsoft has invested heavily in a robust set of security technologies and practices to help ensure that customer data is secure. The integration with Zimperium provides visibility across all mobile devices, empowering security administrators to assess enterprise risk, identify security gaps and update policies to maintain a strong security posture.”
Deploying Zimperium into the enterprise is now more flexible with integration into Microsoft Azure. Enabling mobile security in the enterprise shouldn’t be constrained by deployment options. We are pleased to offer this method of deployment as well as from Amazon Web Services, AWS, and on-premise to enable enterprise mobile security.
If you would like to deploy in Azure or view additional details, please contact us today.