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EMS and Zimperium integration ensures risk free devices before accessing corporate resources
Published Sep 08 2018 10:31 AM 6,219 Views
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First published on CloudBlogs on Sep 19, 2017 by Enterprise Mobility + Security Team
Today we’re excited to announce the general availability of our integration with Zimperium , a leader in the mobile threat defense space. The integration between Zimperium and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security helps organizations defend against both known and unknown mobile threats and ensure that devices are risk-free and secure before users access corporate resources.

Enhancing device-based conditional access with Zimperium

Zimperium Mobile Threat Defense works in real-time to proactively protect the whole device against malware, network-based risks, and OS and app vulnerability risks— helping you remediate these risks before they become a problem. This new integration makes it easy to apply Zimperium’s threat defense technology as an additional input into Intune’s device compliance settings. When a threat is detected, Zimperium immediately applies on-device protections and notifies Intune to mark the device as uncompliant and trigger the appropriate conditional access controls, ensuring that corporate data stays protected. Once the threat is mitigated the device compliance status is updated and access is reinstated. Making sure that only risk-free, compliant devices have access to your data and resources.

Check it out!

The integration is live and can be turned on in the device compliance blade within the new Intune admin experience on Azure today. Visit our documentation site for more details on how to deploy and use Zimperium with Intune. And visit the Zimperium site for a deeper dive on how they protect against mobile threats. Please note, any necessary licenses for Zimperium products must be purchased separately from EMS/Intune licenses.

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