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Confidentiality, integrity, and availability: The cornerstone of IT security

2020 brought a rapid adoption of remote work and it's positive impacts, such as improved employee productivity, and has encouraged organizations to consider it as a permanent fixture. With remote work and a distributed workforce here to stay, organizations must develop new strategies to secure their non-traditional workforce. This is where the CIA triad (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) plays an important role. The CIA triad is a widely used model for security policy development. It is designed to guide an organization's efforts in enhancing corporate data security by developing a comprehensive security program that addresses these key concepts:

  • Confidentiality

    Confidentiality refers to maintaining the privacy of sensitive data and preventing any unauthorized access.

  • Integrity

    Integrity refers to preventing tampering, modifications, and alterations to sensitive business data by users with a malicious intent.

  • Availability

    Availability deals with providing authorized users timely and uninterrupted access to corporate data.

Implementing the CIA triad with Mobile Device Manager Plus

ManageEngine Mobile Device Manager Plus provides organizations with an extensive set of security policies and restrictions to enhance security of business data on company and employee-owned devices.

Confidentiality

  • Configure stringent passcode policies on devices accessing corporate data.
  • Mandate encryption on devices accessing corporate data.
  • Enhance data privacy by encrypting email traffic in transit by configuring S/MIME.
  • Ensure only authorized apps can access and view corporate email attachments.
  • Secure corporate data on misplaced, lost, or stolen devices using remote commands.
  • Track device location in real time and achieve location-based compliance using geofencing.

Integrity

  • Enforce security configurations and restrictions to secure data at rest, in use, and in transit.
  • Automatically enable a VPN on devices while accessing corporate apps and web content.
  • Restrict the installation of malicious and unapproved apps on devices.
  • Containerize and secure corporate data on personal devices.
  • Protect devices against malware infiltration by allowing or restricting access to specific URLs.

Availability

  • Seamlessly install, update, configure, and uninstall enterprise-approved apps without user intervention.
  • Securely share, view, and download business-critical content on authorized devices.
  • Ensure uninterrupted service by remotely troubleshooting devices in real time, and scheduling OS updates after work hours.
  • Prevent syncing of corporate data from managed apps to users' personal iCloud accounts.
  • Ensure only compliant devices have access to corporate Exchange accounts and Office 365 apps.
  • Instantly detect and remove devices that fail the Android SafetyNet compliance check, and restrict jailbroken or rooted devices from accessing your corporate network.

Mobile Device Manager Plus is trusted by over 10,000 IT admins across the globe

Customer Testimonials

Raf VerbeeckICT Director at Armonea Group
This product currently manages our 1075 devices divided over 84 physical locations in Belgium without a glitch...The product only costs a fraction of what the competition charges...if I had to start all over again, I’d go for Mobile Device Manager Plus any day of the week.
Kim MashiyamaInformation Services Systems Administrator at HPM Building Supply
We use ManageEngine to manage a mixed bag of around 145 mobile devices, which contain both personal and corporate-owned Android (mainly Samsung and Zebra devices) and iOS devices...Some of the features for easier device management and security that we were looking for that ManageEngine offered were:
  • Erasing corporate data or complete device wipe on lost or stolen devices
  • Enforcing security policies for PINs, encryption, and lock screens
  • Preventing users from installing unauthorized apps
  • Maintaining the device inventory with device details like hardware information, OS versions, and phone numbers
Abdoul Karim BarrySystem engineer at Baobab (previously Microcred Group)
Managing more than 1000 mobile devices (smartphones & tablets) every day was a challenge for Microcred Group...Features like silent-installation of apps, AfW and geotracking make my life as an administrator much easier...The access for local IT teams in each country is restricted to the mobile devices in their respective country, ensuring better security.

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