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Wandera joins the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

San Francisco – 25th September 2018

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SAN FRANCISCO, Sep 25, 2018 – Wandera, a leading mobile security company, announced today that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association to help organizations understand and defend against increasingly sophisticated and fast-moving threats.

Wandera’s machine intelligence engine MI:RIAM processes billions of daily data inputs from the mobile devices of more than 1,000 enterprise customers to protect them from known zero-day mobile threats. This technology works at break-neck speed to uncover threats like phishing, malware, data leaks and unusual patterns in data, resulting in a dynamic and proprietary mobile threat intelligence.

Wandera’s threat intelligence will be shared Microsoft to increase customer protection in an area of IT that is quickly becoming the biggest risk – mobile.

“It’s important for industry leaders to take a unified approach to beating cybercrime, that’s why we are proud to join the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. We’re excited to continue collaborating with our peers and members of the community to solve the biggest challenges facing security teams today,” said Michael Covington, VP of Product at Wandera

“Mobile is an area of IT security that is becoming increasingly important to our customers so we’re excited to have Wandera join the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association and expand our threat intelligence to cover the unique and complex needs of mobile,” said Ryan McGee, Director, Microsoft Security Marketing at Microsoft Corp.

Joining the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association is just one of the ways Wandera is offering Microsoft customers more. This week at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Wandera’s VP of Product Michael Covington is delivering a talk on the use of eSIM in the enterprise alongside spokespeople from Microsoft, IDEMIA and C Spire. The session will take place on Wednesday, September 26 at 11:30-12:15.