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The concept of the “embedded SIM,” “eSIM” or “Virtual SIM” card for mobile devices has been around for a few years now, but it is still new, since even the terminology is not yet well defined. Apple filled the initial patent for its version, the “Virtual SIM” or “Apple SIM,” back in 2011 and has been building on the design ever since.
Wearables are deemed personal devices – those we use to keep track of our fitness progress, stay on top of important notifications, help us sleep better, remind us to eat healthier, and so on. But there is more to wearable devices, as they become part of the BYOD family in the workplace, as well as finding their own niches in the enterprise.
Cososys, ein Spezialist für „Data Leak prevention“, überwacht mit der neuen version der Software „Endpoint Protector“ jetzt auch die USB-Schnittstellen an Thin-Clients und an PCs, die als Thin-Clients eingesetzt werden – und blockiert gegebenenfalls den Datentransfer.
CoSoSys recently announced its participation at Gitex Technology Week in association with its value added distributor for the Middle East region, emt Distribution.
CoSoSys has now released Mobile Device Management (MDM) features for OS X. Organisations incorporating Macs through BYOD or by issuing Mac computers to the employees can now secure confidential data and manage these computers on different levels.
Data loss prevention technology that covers all popular mobile platforms and is easy to use and implement is called for as mobile strategies evolve. Mobile has entered business strategy from two directions. The business wants to grab the opportunity to better serve the mobile masses, while employees want to mobile devices as part of their work.
Server-based Computing und virtuelle Desktop-Infrastrukturen erschweren es, Datenverlust und -diebstahl zu erkennen. Deshalb überwacht der Endpoint Protector von Cososys jetzt auch die USB-Schnittstellen am Thin Client.
Shadow IT’ divides companies into IT department and the rest of the people, getting businesses are off to a bad start, warns Roman Foeckl, CEO of CoSoSys
Dozens of European security companies have made it onto a list of the hottest global security vendors, with Dutch firm AVG leading the way for Europe. The Cybersecurity500 was list was first launched in February and featured mainly US-based companies, but its second iteration - which came out this month - saw a flurry of European firms climb up the rankings.
Cloud-Speicher wie Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud oder Microsoft Skydrive sind nützlich, bergen aber für Unternehmen das Risiko unerwünschten Datenabflusses. Ein neues DLP-Modul für den Endpoint Protector von CoSoSys soll diese Gefahr bannen.