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OUTL K ENTERPRISE Mobile Security SPONSORED REPORT technologies secure devices only at the software layer, which will leave them vulnerable, says Overcast. Knox custom configuration lets IT managers configure devices to act as a single purpose device. “ This means you can customize the screen, and make applications available based on the specific need or job purpose,” says Overcast. This feature can lock a device in kiosk mode to prevent someone from using the device in a way the enterprise doesn’t allow. Another great feature of Knox custom configuration, is the ability to create specific profiles that can configure the communication and operation of how a device functions. This can include disabling Bluetooth or allowing only specified WiFi access points, or can be as granular as setting desktop wallpaper—or setting where apps are located. This further enhances the device security profile and eases technical support. Samsung Knox is well suited to meet the government ’s stringent security requirements, says Over- cast. For instance, the company ’s products are approved for use by the Department of Defense, and they have received numerous other government certifications. Industry analyst Gartner Inc. recently gave the company the most “strong” ratings of any mobile security platform for corporate managed security. Knox is also the only platform with “strong ” ratings for ever y security control listed in the corporate managed security category, according to the report. Knox 2.6 is the latest version of the platform, available on the Galax y S7 and S7 edge devices. The Knox 2.6 security platform is also optimized for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As mobile devices become the norm in agencies, Knox provides the flexibility, management and security needed for remote government workers to confidently use the devices. “ There is a balance—and we recognize that—between security, usability and functionality,” says Overcast. “ We believe we have struck that balance.” Device Management: Covering the Bases Samsung offers a suite of enterprise mobility management solutions built on the defense-grade Knox platform. Those solutions include: Knox Workspace: : This isolates government applications and data from public data with government-grade security, and provides IT with enhanced granular controls over device features. Manage the container by integrating Knox IT policies with existing MDM solutions. Knox Customization: Offers comprehensive set of tools and services that let you customize and deploy end-to-end mobile solutions. Transform Samsung devices into purpose-built solutions for any industr y on a COTS device while maintaining all certifications. Knox Premium: Cloud-based cross-platform enterprise mobility management solution combined with an on-device secure container. Knox Mobile Enrollment: Add new devices to your MDM with a few clicks. Makes deploy- ing thousands of devices quick and easy. Knox Custom Configuration: Prepare thousands of devices for MDM deployment with security profiles, device desktop configurations, communications settings, applications and tutorials. All with fewer clicks and more IT control. My Knox: Introduce a secure BYOD program to your organization. Give employees secure access to work email, data and apps. They can also find, lock or wipe their devices from an online user portal. Knox-enabled App: Deploy individual apps to customers for internal employees with Knox security, without the need for an MDM installation. Knox Shared Device: Instead of deploying a device to each user, share a pool of phones and tablets among your team and give each their own secure login. “There is a balance—and we recognize that—between security, usability and functionality. We believe we have struck that balance.” —Johnny Overcast, director of government sales, Samsung Electronics America
September 15, 2016