California Consumer Privacy Act: Simplifying Reasonable Security With MobileIron
Protect your data — and your business — from mobile breaches
Do you have the right security in place to protect your mobile data and apps? With the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), California is the first state to adopt statutory damages for data breaches — and more states may soon follow. This means you could be at risk of legal action if any of your customer data falls into the wrong hands. Learn how this legislation may affect your company and how MobileIron can help you meet CCPA recommendations for mobile security. MobileIron provides a mobile-centric, zero trust model of security that helps you:
Meet reasonable security standards outlined by the CCPA. Protect business data as it flows across devices, apps, networks, and cloud services. Encrypt data at rest on the device and in motion across networks you own — and those you don’t.