Detects smarphones and tablets infected with malware and prevents them from connecting to protected web resources
Trusteer, a provider of provider of secure web access services, has launched Trusteer Secure Web Access to enable organizations to protect their web applications, network and data from attacks that exploit insecure mobile devices.
Trusteer Secure Web Access detects smart phones and tablets infected with, or at risk of infection from malware and prevents them from connecting to protected web resources.
According to the company, it new offering provides real-time alerts to enterprises on the security status of each device that attempts to connect to resources and applications.
Trusteer Secure Web Access ensures tablets and mobile devices requesting a connection to secure web applications are free from malware and security vulnerabilities.
It supports all tablets and mobile devices including iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and more, the company said.
Trusteer Secure Web Access assesses the security posture of each device requesting access to secure resources before it can connect to applications or the network to enforce enterprise policies on mobile devices.
Trusteer evaluates whether the service is installed on the device, if any malware is present, and whether it has any unpatched vulnerabilities. Only devices that meet security policy requirements are will be allowed to connect to enterprise resources.
The new offering updates the status of each device logged and transmitted in real-time to the enterprise IT department.
Trusteer Secure Web Access is also expected to enable organisations define and apply access control policies based on the security status of the device, such as blocking access to all or only select resources.