Mobile security for the intelligent enterprise.
Wandera’s mobile security solution protects your customers against two types of risks:
Including phishing, malware, man-in-the-middle attacks, ransomware, cryptojacking and other external threats.
User behaviour that can put your organisation at risk, such as accessing sites outside your acceptable use policy & shadow IT.
Mobile Threat Defence
Protection against cyber threats
Mobile Data Policy
Protection against usage risks
Global enterprises protected by Wandera
Millions of mobile employees around the world are already secured and private.
“We have more than 190 locations with 86,000 employees around the globe at SAP. Our first and foremost goal is awareness and transparency. Wandera plays a critical role in our technology stack, providing the security and peace of mind we need to run a global digital business and deliver value to our customers.”
“We felt that we were already protected because of the restrictions we had on the devices from a EMM perspective, but since deploying Wandera, we’ve learned about and fully understand some of the threats that get around EMMs such as mobile malware, different types of phishing attacks, leaking sites and apps and sideloaded apps. With hindsight, we can now see that Wandera is really protecting us from some of the risks that quite frankly we thought we were immune to.”
Patient health records are extremely valuable. As the healthcare industry digitizes more and more of its services it’s being increasingly targeted by hackers attempting to gain access to sensitive records. VITAS, the largest hospice care provider in the US, needed a solution to secure employee mobile devices in order to continue innovating while remaining secure.
“As with any company or individual, there is always a risk of being subject to a cyber attack. Because of this threat we ensure that cybersecurity is always fresh in the minds of our people. It’s not just something that you read about in the news when it happens to another company. We all need to be vigilant and take steps to protect our organizations.”
Managing a mixed mobile device estate with a range of operating systems and different management solutions can be a challenge. This home assistance provider implemented a sleek new mobility program which included the deployment of Wandera to protect against cyber threats.
“Firewall used to be the edge of your network, that was your perimeter. iPhones, you have to protect those like a PC and ultimately they spend most of their time outside your perimeter so a change of strategy is needed.”
This international law firm headquartered in the UK has been helping its clients in legal matters since 1780. Like many other organizations with a large number of knowledge workers, they have embraced the benefits of mobile working – lawyers can now access sensitive customer documents, look up legislation and edit files on the go. They need to be secured.
“We develop custom applications so that our users can do more work on the go, on their phone. With this flexibility, they don’t always have to boot up their laptops and this increases productivity. We want to treat a handset just like a laptop, we always have antivirus installed on laptops because they connect to our network, so a phone should be no different.”
When making the switch to iPhones, global mattress company Sealy found that the new accessibility and flexibility the devices provided came with a new set of challenges – especially in terms of security. Sales staff, managers and executives are all using their phones at an increasing rate for emails, training materials, reporting and other custom applications introduced to help make the team more productive.
“Wandera works very well with AirWatch. When we deployed the AirWatch profile it was just a case of launching the Wandera app, no configuration required. The integration delivers a seamless experience to our end users.”
Being a global real-estate company, it is critical for Cushman & Wakefield’s employees to travel overseas for face-to-face meetings with clients, colleagues, contractors and suppliers. The company’s staff were given iPhones to access more web services beyond basic email connectivity and improve operational efficiencies. The company sought out a solution to control mobile usage and integrate into their current mobility workflows.
“We have policies that restrict access over a 4G connection but we’ve opened up Wi-Fi access entirely so staff can do anything they want on Wi-Fi in their own time. This encourages them to treat the devices as their own and take care of them, which helps extend the life of every device in the long run.”
This US airline upgraded its fleet of tablets to enable swifter on-board sales and other services through its flight teams. With concerns about how devices were being used, Frontier engaged Wandera with MobileIron.
“Apps refreshing in the background and people streaming video and sending large attachments over email meant that monthly bills were extremely high. We needed to put something in place to control that excess data consumption.”
Eurostar needed its mobile workforce to have access to the tools and data required for work while managing the associated costs. Being an international company, employees were traveling abroad on a daily basis so data roaming bills were excessive.
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Wandera runs on Android, Apple and Windows 10 devices.
No, Wandera manages data over a cellular or Wi-Fi connection.
Wandera can either be deployed using the customer’s EMM or from Wandera’s online console, RADAR.
No, less than 1% of overall battery life is lost on devices running Wandera.
Yes, 10 licences for Data Management and 250 for Enterprise.
No; however, Wandera integrates with existing UEM environments.
Wandera can be deployed over the air on iOS devices through VMware Airwatch, MobileIron Core and MobileIron Cloud. Wandera can also be deployed silently on Android using Knox Confure.
Wandera is a cloud solution and does not require additional hardware or software.
Latency is not perceivable to the end user.