SyncDog Teams Up With Halodata To Advance Secure.Systems in Southeast Asia

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SyncDog, Inc., an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss prevention, today announced their partnership with Halodata, data security solutions distributor, to expand access to SyncDog’s Secure.Systems solution within Singapore and the Southeast Asian commercial market.

This partnership provides SyncDog with the opportunity to empower more organizations to tap into the flexibility of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) technology, enabling mobile workers to conduct business operations efficiently and securely from wherever they are.

“Halodata is thrilled to partner with SyncDog to expand access to their advanced mobile security solution to our customers in the Southeast Asian market,” said Resham Ganglani, CEO of Halodata International.

“We recognize the benefits of implementing flexible mobile device policies like BYOD and CYOD, as well as the challenges organizations face in securing these devices. We are excited to be able to offer a mobile workspace solution that prioritizes efficiency and productivity without sacrificing security.”

Over the past 10 years, mobile devices have become a more attractive attack vector for threat actors seeking to steal corporate data. As the threat landscape expands, and threat actors continuously work to exploit mobile endpoints, corporate data that is access by and stored on mobile devices is at great risk.

SyncDog’s innovative approach to mobile security provides a desktop-like experience on mobile devices and enables unrestricted, unimpeded, and fully secure collaboration between mobile employees and their enterprise ecosystem – while completely separating that information from their personal use applications and data.

Secure.Systems boasts a full suite of mobile-enabled productivity applications that provides a defense-grade containerized workspace serving as an additional, robust layer of security to existing enterprise mobility strategies. – BusinessNews.ph

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