New iOS app protects business iPhones and iPads
The NetClean ProTective Suite is growing and with the latest addition, the ProTective iOS app, it is now easier than ever to mitigate security risks and protect business iPhones and iPads from child sexual abuse material.
Increases in remote working and use of mobile devices, have fuelled the need for effective protection that reaches all work devices. This is why the ProTective iOS app is an important addition.
The new app runs locally on the device, making sure the device is always protected, regardless of whether it is connected to the company’s network or not.
NetClean ProTective uses a uniquely sourced URL block list with websites that are known to contain child sexual abuse material. The app is continually synchronised, making sure the installation and protection are always up to date.
The new app can be acquired from App Store and distributed to iOS devices through the existing Mobile Device Management (MDM) system.
NetClean ProTective and the new iOS app are a must-have in this new remote working era.
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