mobile security management
Mobile security management is a term that's often used interchangeably with the more common Mobile Device Management (MDM). Both terms refer to mobile security best practices and mobile security solutions that monitor, manage and secure the mobile devices used in an enterprise.
Some mobile security firms, like Marble Security, distinguish mobile security management (MSM) from MDM in that MSM entails dynamically monitoring for emerging mobile security threats, learning and adapting to these threats in real time in order to provide clients with a more thorough end-to-end mobile security strategy than the static security measures typically provided by MDM solutions.
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