Sophos integrates with Microsoft to offer utmost Mobile Security Threat Detection


British Security firm Sophos has announced that it will be integrating its Mobile Device Management system with Microsoft’s Intune to help customers work and access data in a secure way from any device and location while maintaining compliance with the corporate data laws.

Therefore, Sophos Mobile Security running on Microsoft Azure will help IT admins configure individual device usage policies as per the corporate data laws. Suppose in case an employee endpoint security is compromised, then administrators will have access to the detailed security insights from Sophos Mobile Security helping them effectively decide when to lock down access to that compromised asset.

“Analyzing the threat and managing it is a highlight in Sophos which when integrated with Microsoft delivers informed choices to IT administrators”, said Dan Schiappa, Chief Product Officer, Sophos.

Thus, Users having devices running on Android and iOS platforms can access the services of Sophos Mobile Security by purchasing licenses through registered Sophos partners across the globe.

Hence, to all those corporate heads who would like to raise the defensive line of their corporate network perimeter, by bidding adieu to Zero Trust Architecture in their corporate environments, Sophos Mobile Security’s flexibility to integrate with Microsoft will be a great choice to opt for.

Note- Sophos delivers network, encryption, web, email and mobile security solutions to more than 100 million users plying in 150 countries through 43,000 registered partners. The company which is headquartered in Oxford, UK is known with the symbol SOPH on the publicly trading London Stock Exchange platform.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

No posts to display