Your organization faces a unique set of challenges based on its market, industry, and size. But no matter what your core business is, you can rely on Good’s mobile security solutions to give your mobile employees a secure connection to your corporate resources. With the right data loss prevention solutions in place, you can reduce telecom expenses, meet regulatory requirements, and streamline secure application development.
With Good solutions:
- Financial services firms can develop, manage, monitor, and enforce over-the-air mobile security policies – with full confidence that they’re remaining in compliance with financial industry regulations.
- Healthcare organizations gain a secure mobile solution to help them demonstrate compliance with security regulations such as ARRA, HIPAA, and HITECH Act.
- Legal services organizations can boost mobile productivity, increase mobile collaboration, manage schedules, and update records remotely – all of which maximizes billable hours.
- Public Sector agencies can use FIPS-certified cryptographic libraries to safeguard confidential data – taking advantage of the same data loss protection and secure mobile device management technology chosen by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Join more than 4,000 companies – including members of the Fortune 500 – and government agencies in choosing a mobile device management solution that can help you prevent data loss, boost user productivity, and reduce costs.
Provides the firewall, transmission, and handheld device security required by HIPAA's Security Rule
Describes the features and capabilities that Good Technology provides to address the requirements of the HIPAA Security Rule.
Active Interest Media employees become mobility enthusiasts with device choice from Good for Enterprise
"We were instantly impressed with the granular security features and in-depth, but easy-to-use management capabilities of Good for Enterprise. We particularly liked the ability to remotely wipe only corporate data from devices while keeping personal information intact.
This allows us to support an individual liable model."
— Nelson Saenz, Active Interest Media