Announcing Data Caps for Mobile Devices

We understand how important it is for organizations to operate within the data limits established by their data plan. Overages can be the worst type of surprise for an organization working within a predetermined budget. That’s why we’ve developed a new feature that allows administrators to gain insight and control over mobile device data usage. With our new feature, administrators can now track carrier data usage, set notifications, and take action to terminate data access to any user who is close to exceeding their monthly allotment of data. For more about Mojave Networks can help you gain visibility, control and security for mobile devices and computers, see this 90-second demo.

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Next up: Securing Macs and Windows PCs

The workplace isn’t constrained by a single device in a single location. Your security shouldn’t be either.

That’s why Mojave Networks is extending mobile security to include Macs and Windows PCs. The same web security that we’ve always had for smartphones and tablets now can protect Macs and Windows PCs with threat detection, visibility into cloud apps, data loss prevention, URL filtering and robust analytics. These innovative solutions block more threats, reduce IT complexity and mitigate the risk of data loss.

Our cloud-based secure web gateway is simple to deploy, requires no hardware and saves on total ownership costs. So no matter where or how your employees access the network, you can gain visibility into network activity and control over devices for comprehensive security that keeps sensitive data safe.

Sign up now for early access to Mojave’s secure web gateway for Macs and Windows PCs.

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Mojave Connect – Real Time Event API

We often hear from customers who have existing Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools, like Splunk or QRadar, and wish to leverage those investments in combination with the unique data that we can provide. And for our own part, we believe that security vendors should interoperate seamlessly to best protect enterprise assets. Therefore, we have been hard at work on an enterprise-integration initiative, and are pleased to announce the general availability of our real-time event API: Mojave Connect.

With this API, customers gain full visibility into the events flowing through Mojave as they happen, including,

  • Network Activity — Source (IP, port, user agent), Destination (IP, port, URI), bytes transferred, protocol, network type (carrier, wifi), category, action (block, audit, allow), and more
  • Device Activity — Event type (lock, wipe, locate, diagnostics, app installation, etc.), severity (alert, warning, low), device (make, model), user

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Customers can then store and analyze these events as suits their needs. For example, companies can collate network events happening on devices outside of the corporate network with events happening internally. Having a single, homogeneous corpus of all network activity across the enterprise will make it easier to find anomalies and threats, and having it all centralized will make it that much easier for IT to manage.

So how does it work?

Mojave Connect consists of two layers, each providing different opportunities for integration:

  • Mojave Connect SDK — The SDK (currently available for Java; other versions forthcoming) is a low-level library for consuming our real-time event streams. Customers with proprietary applications might want to use the SDK directly so that they can customize the interaction to best suit their needs.
  • Mojave Connect Agent — These are higher-level software agents that wrap the SDK and are deployed onsite to provide integration with a specific third-party application:
    • The Syslog Agent for Mojave Connect reads events from the event stream and logs them to the local syslog daemon.
    • The Spunk Agent for Mojave Connect is a Splunk add-in (soon to be published to the Splunk App marketplace) that lets you add Mojave streams to your enterprise data as seamlessly as any other data source.
    • Many more to come…

Contact us today to take the Mojave Connect API for a spin.

Special thanks to Josh Bandur for helping write this post and more importantly writing the API!

Survey: What does the future of cloud security look like?

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We’ve been thinking a lot about the future of cloud security lately. As workforces become more mobile, and work becomes anytime/any place/anywhere, companies have to think differently about securing their data and systems.

We want to get your feedback as we build the next-generation cloud security. Help shape our future product direction by sharing your thoughts in our two minute survey.

Stay tuned, we’ll share the results here on our blog!




[Webinar] “Beyond Permissions: The Truth Behind Mobile Application Risk ”

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Permission by proxy. That sounds pretty scary right?  It happens to any of us who use apps on our mobile devices, from official or unofficial sources. Simply by using an app, we grant permission to that app to access various areas of our mobile devices. Sometimes, those permissions are extended to data sharing with other applications via app-installed libraries.

Do you want to learn more about the hidden risks in your mobile apps? Join us on Wednesday, June 25 at 11:00 AM for our webinar, “Beyond Permissions: The Truth Behind Mobile Application Risk.”

Our presenter, product marketing manager Samer Baroudi, will discuss the hidden risks of your mobile apps and how to gain visibility into the apps installed on your organization’s corporate-owned and BYOD devices.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Why app store apps have hidden risks
  • How to add visibility into the apps on your mobile devices
  • What data is collected by your apps and how it is shared

Webinar Details

Topic: Beyond Permissions: The Truth Behind Mobile Application Risk
DateJune 25
Time11:00 AM PST

 

Two Factor Authentication, Data Usage Alerts, and More!

We wanted to take a quick break from all of our hard work and give a quick update on some important new features.

Two Factor Authentication

In the wake of recent vulnerabilities like Heartbleed, we felt it was necessary to give our users additional security around their login credentials.  That’s why we recently implement two factor authentication which can now be enabled for any account by simply going to Settings -> Personal.

We chose the open TOTP standard as the underlying authentication method and made it simple enough to use that anyone can have it enabled for their account within a few minutes.

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Data Usage Alerts

Another feature that customers have often requested is to receive alerts when users are approaching a certain amount of data usage.  This is ideal for companies that pay for data plans and want to ensure they remain within certain usage parameters to avoid expensive overage charges.

To enable, simply go to the Network settings within a policy and set the threshold of when you want to be alerted.  It’s as simple as that.

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Samsung Safe

Mojave now integrates with Samsung Safe allowing more granular controls of Safe devices including preventing factory reset, booting into safe mode, and better email configuration.

All of these features are immediately available so feel free to use them and keep providing your suggestions so we can keep improving the Mojave experience.