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Overview

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Highlights

  • Mobile connectivity protection
  • Secured Active Directory
  • Two factor authentication
  • Avoid using Active Directory credentials on mobile device
  • Block DDoS attacks &  brute force attacks
  • Available on Microsoft Proxy (TMG/ISA) and on reverse proxy Bastion

Connecting devices to corporate networks from non-managed external networks and public Wi-Fi networks poses critical security threats. Corporate credentials are stored on mobile devices that might be hacked or stolen. The low level of device security enables hackers using Active Directory (AD) usernames and passwords to access core business applications and view emails and other data unnoticed.

MobilityShield allows users connect safely to a Skype for Business (Lync), SharePoint or Web applications client  from smartphones and other hand-held devices while protecting the organization’s sensitive data. By using MobilityShield, the organization can determine which mobile devices will be granted access to the system.

By applying a sophisticated two-factor authentication, SkypeShield clients benefit from another protection layer by adding device identification to the user name and password.

MobilityShield offers organizations a self-service portal allowing them to safely connect authorized devices to Lync and SharePoint. The product offers an authentication solution for organizations that use smart cards by creating dedicated credentials for Lync and SharePoint. This eliminates the need to use and store Active Directory credentials on the device, thus avoiding the risk of them being stolen and wrongfully used.

MobilityShield  provides a proxy-side control on the authentication attempts, thus preventing situations of denial of service or brute force attacks. MobilityShield is available on Microsoft Proxy (TMG/ISA) and on a dedicated reverse proxy Bastion.

MobilityShield’s solution is based on the following components:

  • Secure access control and Active Directory protection
  • Blocks DoS, DDoS and brute force attacks
  • Skype and SharePoint publishing platform