New MobileIron zero-trust security platform launches
May 13, 2019 / Tanner Harding
MobileIron launched its zero-trust security platform, so customers could use their mobile phones as secure IDs. This would eliminate the need for passwords. Those who routinely forget login passwords can rejoice: MobileIron has introduced a mobile-centric, zero-trust security platform that would eliminate the need for a password. The mobile-centric strategy would allow for continuous protection of data, both on the device and on the network, with comprehensive correlation between the critical signals for zero trust: user, device, apps, networks and threats. This strategy would make mobile devices act as an ID and provide secure access to the enterprise. The zero-sign-on experience is built on the company's unified endpoint management platform and powered by MobileIron Access. Zero sign-on would eliminate passwords and replace single sign-on as a means of user authentication.