Janusgate Mobile filters e-mail between the corporate mail server and smartphones to prevent the delivery of sensitive information to mobile devices.
Enterprises responsible for private and confidential information immediately gain direct control over the risk of information spillage via their mobile phone fleet.
Comply with corporate security policy
Janusgate Mobile operates as a security enforcement point, and segregates the e-mail that is retained within the enterprise’s secure local area network from that which is synchronised with its less secure smartphone fleet. Janusgate Mobile can distinguish between devices , users and content to ensure that only appropriate messages are delivered to smartphones.
Keep communication flowing
If Janusgate Mobile detects that an e-mail containing sensitive information is being delivered to a smartphone, Janusgate Mobile can notify the recipient that the original message is not accessible on the smartphone and inform the recipient of how to access the original message. Alternatively, if personal or confidential information is detected in a message, such as a credit card number, a tax file number, a social security number or a keyword, that portion of the message can be replaced.
Use Janusgate Mobile to measure the amount of sensitive information stored on smartphones. Used in this fashion, Janusgate Mobile does not impact the flow of information delivered to smartphones, but allows assessment and approval of the impact of a mobile e-mail enforcement policy by board and senior executive prior to its introduction.
Janusgate Mobile can minimise the risk of leakage by replacing sensitive information prior to its delivery to a smartphone. Messages which are too sensitive to deliver to smart phones can be substituted with notification messages. These messages can be used to notify the recipient that the original message is available. If a credit card number or similar is detected, Janusgate Mobile can replace the number with predefined character.
Greater employee flexibility
Traditionally, enterprises provide only a single type of smartphone for their employees. As these devices have had to meet minimum security requirements to store sensitive information, the solutions have not been scalable to provide mobile email access for a large number of enterprise users.
Janusgate Mobile allows for a variety of smartphones to be connected to the Exchange Server. A blanket policy can be used for all smart phone types. Janusgate Mobile's rich policy set also allows the policy to be specialised for different devices. For example, if one device type was deemed to be more secure than another, then it would be possible to allow more sensitive information onto that phone.
Maximise usage of existing infrastructure
Enterprises can take advantage of the pool of existing e-mail ready smartphone fleet. Janusgate Mobile allows enterprises to utilise the latent capabilities of these phones, and can boost productivity by simply allowing staff to synchronise contacts, calendar and low sensitivity e-mail between the corporate mail system and their smartphones.
Advanced detection and processing
Janusgate Mobile can detect and process:
- security classifications in subject lines or in the body of a message
- numeric sequences such a credit card numbers, social security numbers and taxation file numbers
- attachment name and extensions
Janusgate Mobile is quickly deployed to the Exchange ActiveSync Client Access Server.
The operation of Janusgate Mobile does not affect remaining system configuration. There are no changes to existing firewall rules, nor to smartphone configuration. iPhones, Windows Mobile, Android and Symbian phones operate in their native mode. No additional software is required on these phones. No additional hardware is required. A basic installation can be completed in less than 1 hour.
Installation at the ActiveSync Client Access Server allows for smart phone connection via an external wireless telephone network (for example, 3G or GSM), or via the enterprise's local wireless network (WLAN). In either case Janusgate Mobile intercepts traffic being synchronised to smart phones, and inspects the e-mail traffic.