iBusiness Features SyncDog SentinelSecure Mobile Container Technology

SyncDog, Inc., the leading ISV for mobile application containerization, today announced SentinelSecure™, its containerized mobile security software, is the featured cover story in the most recent edition of iBusiness Magazine. For seven years, iBusiness Magazine’s bi-monthly publications have focused on highlighting innovative enterprise solutions for businesses using cross-platform technologies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google. iBusiness Magazine’s featured article on SyncDog analyzes IT security challenges brought about by the proliferation of BYOD in enterprise environments, and details how IT administrators can leverage SentinelSecure™ to secure enterprise data from vulnerabilities originating in mobile computing.

The SentinelSecure™ containerized workspace provides a secure data platform that encrypts and transports data between the enterprise and secure, “sandboxed” applications running on employees’ mobile devices. The workspace protects client enterprise networks with a secure, partitioned FIPS 140-2 certified* container on both iOS and Android devices and secures data both at rest and in transit using AES 256-bit encryption.

“iBusiness Magazine does an excellent job keeping businesses current on the best solutions, and we’re honored to have been featured on the cover of this latest edition,” said SyncDog CEO, President, and Founder Jonas Gyllensvaan. “Many CIOs and CISOs are not doing enough to secure enterprise data from the vulnerability inherent in growing numbers of BYOD users. SentinelSecure™ is designed to give IT administrators and technicians security and control over enterprise data as it is accessed from mobile devices.”

New Release of SentinelSecure™ Version 2.5

SyncDog has just released SentinelSecure™ version 2.5, including industry-specific container configurations for Healthcare and U.S. Government Department of Defense workflows. Version 2.5 adds significant security enhancements, increased application offerings in the secure mobile workspace, and FIPS 140-2 certification* from NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). The SentinelSecure™ container has been designed to address four main workflows for users accessing enterprise file stores and applications: Secure Communications, File Management, Secure Internet/Intranet Access, and Secure Location-based Services. Available secure applications include:

See the full list of available applications within the SentinelSecure™ container, here.

SyncDog’s Partner Ecosystem

SyncDog has been actively building its partner system over the last year, securing certified APIs for the option to integrate SentinelSecure™ with a broad network of EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) providers. This flexibility allows customers the choice to deploy SentinelSecure™ as a standalone container or as a complementary layer of security to existing EMM investments, including:

SentinelSecure™ also has field integration with most name-brand EMM and MDM (Mobile Device Management) solutions.

About iBusiness Magazine
iBusiness Magazine – business innovation solutions – is the distinct choice for business end-users who are using cross-platform technologies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google. Unlike any other magazine, iBusiness Magazine focuses on providing information around business and enterprise solutions running on mobile and desktop technologies. For more information, visit ibusinessmag.com.

About SyncDog, Inc.
SyncDog is the leading independent software vendor (ISV) for building secure infrastructure frameworks that protect enterprise networks from cyber breach from mobile computing sources. The SentinelSecure™ product line for application containerization and IoT (Internet of Things) module monitoring provides the industry’s most proactive approach to securing enterprise mobility computing.

The SentinelSecure™ data security solution delivers military-grade (FIPS 140-2 certified,* AES 256-bit) secure mobile device partitions or “containers” that can secure emails/contacts, calendar items, IM apps, Internet browsers, mobile file stores and other business apps provisioned on personal devices to be used in a BYOD setting.

Source: PRWeb