As a business owner, it is important to protect your mobile devices from any security threats. Mobile devices are susceptible to unauthorized access, and it is important to have preventative measures in place to protect your devices and your business. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of mobile device security that Moki offers, including device lockdown capabilities, device tracking, and much more.. We will also discuss how these security measures work together to protect your business from any potential liabilities.
Preventing Unauthorized Access to Settings, Apps, & More with Secure MDM
As a business owner, you likely have concerns about keeping your mobile device fleet secure. Preventing unauthorized access to settings and applications is crucial to protecting the mobile device fleet and maintaining its functionality. There are two different types of security measures to bear in mind when setting up your mobile device fleet:
Physical Security: this type of security involves some sort of enclosure or fixed mechanism to protect the physical device from theft. This can also include the ability to block access to physical buttons and ports on the device.
Software Security: this is the ability to block access to certain features or applications of the device itself, such as the settings or any unauthorized app. With Moki, users also have the ability to lock the device to a single application, and block access to all others. This may also include the ability to disable the device, track its location, etc.
Moki’s team always has security in mind as we work on new features and improve existing ones. A feature currently being worked on that will improve security will give Android Agent users the ability to disable a device on-demand with a customizable message displayed should your device go missing. This is among a variety of security features that Moki offers to keep your devices locked down and protected. With Moki’s secure MDM, businesses can continue operations as usual and focus on the bigger picture.
Moki’s MDM solutions are SOC II Certified for the Highest Level of Security
Moki’s Mobile Device Management solutions are SOC II certified, meaning that they meet the highest standards for security and privacy. SOC II, or Service Organization Control 2, is an optional compliance standard for businesses with an added layer of security. Moki’s MDM solutions have undergone extensive testing and are certified in meeting the SOC II standards for security and privacy.
So, what are some of the features that Moki’s MDM software offers to keep your devices secure? First, Moki’s MDM software offers the ability to limit users to a single application or multiple specified applications. This means that you can limit access to one or more applications on each device, preventing unauthorized access or unapproved use of your devices. In doing so, you can also limit access to settings and any configurations, so as to not allow any potential changes that could jeopardize the security or performance of your devices.
Finally, the ability to track device location and monitor usage activity gives you the peace of mind knowing that you can always locate your devices and see how they are being used. Moki even has a setting for iOS devices that enables “Lost Mode,” to lock down a device from use and allow you to track its whereabouts. This feature is extremely useful if a device is lost or stolen, as you can quickly locate the device and take action to prevent any further unauthorized use.
Protect Your Data with Comprehensive MDM Security Features from Moki
Mobile Device Management is crucial for any business that wants to maintain control over its mobile device fleet. Moki’s MDM solutions offer important features like lockdown capabilities and device tracking, while remaining totally compliant with SOC II guidelines. Moki is the perfect partner for businesses who want to secure their mobile devices without sacrificing performance or functionality.
For more information about Moki’s Mobile Device Management solutions, get in touch with our dedicated team today. We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions and get you set up with the best possible security for your mobile device fleet.