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Mobile Endpoint Security

Protect your most valuable asset

A scalable, unified platform designed to protect both managed and unmanaged iOS, Android, and ChromeOS devices.

Organizations often lack visibility into how mobile devices manage data, making it difficult to assess the additional risks they face. With the growing daily use of mobile devices by employees, attacks targeting mobile users and the data they can access have significantly increased.

On-Device Protection

✅ Apps

✅ Device

✅ Network

✅ Web & Content

✅ IOS, Android, Chrome OS

✅ Carrier Agnostic


CyberSift offers comprehensive mobile security for devices and apps, featuring advanced protection, ease of use, and strong employee privacy safeguards.


Mobile Security

CyberSift Mobile Endpoint Security (MES) leverages telemetry from hundreds of millions of mobile apps and web items to detect mobile compromises and phishing attacks. Its modular design ensures exceptional scalability and effectiveness.


Gain comprehensive visibility into the risks posed by mobile devices and users across your organization.

Seamless Infrastructure Integration

Seamlessly integrate with your existing infrastructure to safeguard against internal and external cyber threats.

Privacy and Security Analysis

Evaluate privacy risks, security issues, and application origins for mobile apps deployed on corporate devices.

Robust Mobile Threat Defense

Defend against threats on all mobile devices, reducing the risk of credential and multifactor authentication compromises.

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Deliver robust mobile Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

CyberSift Mobile Endpoint Security enables IT and Security teams to enforce zero trust policies across all devices accessing corporate data. It continuously assesses the risk status of users and mobile devices in real-time, terminating sessions automatically upon detecting changes in risk posture. This proactive approach enhances security by applying a comprehensive zero trust framework to every device, application, and user interaction.

Phishing is a tactic used by scammers who impersonate trusted organizations to obtain sensitive information or money. They send fake emails or messages to trick people into providing their passwords. For example, a phishing email might claim to be from a bank and request that you click on a link to verify your account details. However, this link directs you to a fraudulent website designed to steal your login credentials.

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