MOBILE SECURITY THREATS CONTINUE

Challenges in IOT protection

What you get


Next Generation Mobile Threat Defense simplified. Security deployed in the data network.

Network-Enforced

ijura's network-based zero trust approach allows for comprehensive malicious activity detection that mitigate against personal and enterprise data leakage or theft. Mobile devices will always be secured and compliant.

Cost Savings

Save on private enterprise apps deployment. ijura creates secure and compliant environment for enterprise apps to deploy like consumer apps without the need for server side integration. The ijura security solution is device-agnostic, so it covers all IoT devices.

Improved User Experience

ijura also protects the individual against phishing scams that are normally perpetuated through personal emails, messaging apps (e.g. WhatsApp) and SMS without compromising privacy or performance. Personal benefits and ease of use to the mobile BYOD users will lead to high adoption rates.

Cloud-Deployed

ijura is cloud-deployed, easily scalable, and available globally. Our Software-as-a-Service allows real time protection with the latest threat defense techniques and safe guard against zero day attacks.

We block malicious data traffic & enforce content access policies.

Cloud service for rapid onboarding




Easy to self-provision and manage




Monthly per-device service fee




No mandatory prerequisite of development work


API available as needed

We are a cybersecurity cloud business

Our cloud based solution protects smartphones, tablets, and IoT devices from malicious content and cybercriminals.

With three patents already filed, our innovation addresses mobile security in a holistic fashion. This means we solve the vulnerabilities where sophisticated attacks bypass security layers, while ensuring the end user has a seamless experience when accessing their corporate data and personal apps.

Our zero trust philosophy ensures personal data protection is not bypassed while protecting the enterprise. Individual user data privacy is key part of our solution to facilitate mobile BYOD use cases.

We are part of Tata Communications' strategic investment.

About Tata Communications

Based in India and Singapore, $2.9 billion in annual revenue with 77% of this revenue generated outside of India.




1600 Telcos - 70% of the world's mobile network operators - use the Tata Communications network to connect.




Over 24% of the world’s internet routes are on the Tata Communications network.




Flagship telecom arm of the $103.3 billion Tata Group.


Only Tier-1 provider that is in the top five in five continents, by internet routes.


World’s largest wholly owned submarine fibre network – more than 500,000 km of subsea fibre, and more than 210,000 km of terrestrial fiber.

Mobile cybersecurity for threat protection, privacy/confidentiality protection and corporate compliance monitoring.

Leadership Team

Eric Williams

Founder, CEO & Innovator


Kaustubh Save

Head of Platform Engineering


Blogs

My Problem With Every Mobile Device Management Program

Posted by Ronald Mikhail AngSiy on September 25, 2018

No cyber security program can protect against one fatal flaw: human error. Considering that over 91% of all cyberattacks starting off with a phishing scam, I’ve always approached cyber security with some level of skepticism, especially when it comes to mobile devices. Yes, you can protect a suite of apps. Yes, you can tell employees not to open emails from Nigerian princes who want to give you fame and fortune. But what if you get an email about a death threat against your daughter? You’re going to open that email. You’re human. We all are.

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Our Digital World: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Posted by Eric Williams on May 13, 2017

Sorry to all my fellow Western movie fans, I didn't mean to play on your emotions so no this is not about a futuristic remake of this 1966 classic starring Clint Eastwood. However, I think this storyline has parallels to the 3 main characters that were in constant conflict throughout the film. The stage is set and I have no idea when the final showdown will take place but I see a digital world that also has serious competing interests across the great innovations, the misinformation / fake news phenomenon and the cyber bullies as well as the cyber criminals.

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Is the psychology toward security in our personal lives driving our attitudes towards cybersecurity?

Posted by Eric Williams on November 22, 2016

As the Maslow Hierarchy of Needs points out, safety is on the top of the list for humans. Once our physical needs are addressed, the need for personal security, financial security, health and well-being as well as safety net against accidents/illnesses dominates our behavior. Yet our actions at times do not match this need, we do not always lock the doors especially when we believe there is no imminent danger of a break-in and, in fact, we do not have impenetrable doors or locks installed in our homes even in the higher crime neighborhoods. I have witnessed the car running, doors open with no one inside just ready to be driven off but “I was only gone for a split second” as per the statement in the police report. We are still relatively easy targets for identity thieves or debit card cloners and there goes our financial security, albeit temporary these days but still a very stressful time. Mostly our attitude towards security seems to be with the acceptance that an incident is likely to occur despite our best efforts. This causes us to have a laisser-faire attitude in trying to prevent them but instead we are wired to focus on mitigation.

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How can enterprises cope with growing mobile security threats?

Posted by Eric Williams on November 8, 2016

Mobile-first has become somewhat of a cliché but it is certainly not one to brush off if you are a CIO or CISO. The reality of users wanting to access all of their work-related and personal applications from their mobile device is here to stay. This is reflected in the continued growth in mobile data usage, increasing by 60% between 2015 and 2016. Yet, with malicious domain access on mobile devices up by 200% since last year, the risks that mobile device vulnerabilities can pose for enterprises highlight the need for CIOs to reassess their approach to mobile security.

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