ESET® MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT for Apple iOS

Lightweight powerful configuration & management of iOS devices

Business computer security software for small and large organisations.
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ESET Mobile Device Management for Apple iOS

Set-up, configure and monitor all company iOS devices from a single pane of glass. Enables:

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Anti-theft

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Web content filtering

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Applications white/black listing

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Device security


Significant security increase

Left up to a user, device security is usually not implemented properly. ESET allows you to define password complexity requirements, set screen lock timers, prompt users to encrypt their device, block cameras and more.

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Simple licensing

Mix and match your license seats exactly as you need. Migrate seats from one device to another, regardless of the OS.

Remote management

No need for dedicated solutions - ESET Mobile Device Management for Apple iOS comes integrated within ESET Security Management Center, giving you a single point of overview of network security, including all endpoints, mobiles & tablets and servers.

Use cases

PROBLEM

Organizations are not only concerned with devices being lost or stolen, but also with data theft when an employee is terminated.

SOLUTION

  • Enforce security policy that requires mobile devices to be encrypted.
  • Implement security policies that require passcodes or pins to be set on all devices.
  • Lock-out or remotely wipe devices when needed.
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more than 9,000 endpoints

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more than 4,000 mailboxes

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protected by ESET since 2016
more than 14,000 endpoints

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2 million customer base

The ESET difference

Anti-theft

Remotely lock/unlock devices or wipe all the data they hold in case they are lost or stolen.

App white/black listing

White/black list apps to prevent users from installing prohibited apps and manage app notifications to users.

Push account settings remotely

Remotely push out account settings such as Wi-Fi, VPN and Exchange information.

Web content filtering

Adult web content, as defined by Apple, can be blocked. The admin can also white/black-list specific URLs.

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System Requirements

ESET Endpoint Protection Platform covers also following OSes:

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