SOURCEFIRE Unveils FireAMP™ Mobile Security Solution to Protect Local Enterprises

Sourcefire, Inc. (Nasdaq: FIRE), a leader in intelligent cybersecurity solutions, today unveils the FireAMP™ Mobile security solution that enables local enterprises protect against advanced threats that result from mobility and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) challenges.

Combined with FireSIGHT® technology, FireAMP™ Mobile provide organizations with Information Superiority that helps them to identify mobile devices connecting to the network, determine whether a device is at risk and then take measures to protect it.

According to the Country Manager of Sourcefire Malaysia, Ivan Wen that BYOD is becoming the norm in today’s mobile enterprises. “Organizations need an increased level of security intelligence to identify risky behavior and applications on employee devices.”

“The newly launched FireAMP™ Mobile solution will provide company with visibility into the number and types of devices connecting to the network (iPhones/iPads, Blackberries, Android devices and more), as well as the applications they are running.”

“It then inspects mobile protocols to identify vulnerabilities and potential attacks against these devices, so that company can take appropriate measures to prevent and block mobile malware from spreading through the corporate networks.”

As organizations seek to securely integrate mobile, and especially employee-owned, devices into their corporate enterprises, Sourcefire’s solutions provide a comprehensive view into threats, vulnerabilities, devices, operating systems, applications, users, network behavior and files on the network that further allows organizations to rapidly adapt and respond to new changes and threats introduced in the network environments.

The FireAMP™ Mobile integrates cloud-based analysis capabilities to deliver real-time protection against newly discovered threats. It also enables users to generate insightful reports with important threat intelligence that specific to their network environments. These reports include the top mobile malware incidents and blacklisted and/or non-whitelisted apps that have been installed on mobile devices.