Juniper Networks Takes Aim at Smartphone Security

By Sean Michael Kerner | Posted October 28, 2010

How much critical data do you have loaded onto your smartphone? Business contacts, customer data, personal finance records, company files…the list goes on. Now, what kind of security do you have protecting that valuable data? Well Juniper Networks has been thinking about smartphone security, even if you haven't.

The company's devised new products and technologies -- designed to keep your smartphone data safe – that address a burgeoning mobile security market. Our sister site, EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet.com has the smartphone security news report.


Juniper Networks this week announced a new set of services and technologies to help enterprises, service providers and end users secure their mobile assets.

Among the tools are a mobile security suite for mobile devices and a new global threat and research center focused on mobile security. The new mobile security initiatives are part of Juniper's Junos Pulse software effort and tie into the company's SSL VPN security solutions. Juniper mobile security initiatives come at a time when both mobile usage and mobile threats are on the rise.

Read the complete Juniper Addresses Smartphone Security article

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