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Better Mobile Endpoint Detection & Response at DevOps Speed

Mobile EDR

Use one unified platform to build, test, monitor, and respond to mobile enterprise application threats and attacks with Appdome’s 100% agentless mobile endpoint detection and response (EDR) and mobile threat defense (MTD) solution for Android & iOS. With Appdome MobileEDR™ there’s no separate MTD app, SDK, code, or server to deploy. Ensure maximum adoption, employee privacy, and deep mobile device inspection across all mobile enterprise apps and devices. Certify MTD build-by-build. Use with all CI/CD, UEM/MAM, and IAM systems. 

Mobile Threat Response in One Unified Platform
Zero Agent EDR for the Mobile Enterprise

Agentless EDR for Mobile, Comprehensive Defense

Deploy mobile EDR and MTD with unparalleled reach, flexibility and ease. Enjoy EDR and MTD in mobile apps, the most comprehensive mobile device inspection, and cover 300+ malware, spyware, device, MiTM and other attack vectors, all without any agent, profile or separate app needed on a mobile device.

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Ultimate Enforcement Flexibility with Appdome

MobileEDR's Anywhere Enforcement™ model allows enterprises to use mobile threat detection and defense data across the entire enterprise infrastructure, including the mobile app, mobile server, IAM service layer, UEM/MAM/MDM, or Firewall/WAF. This ensures the full benefit of inspection on managed and unmanaged apps.

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Gain Resilience with
Faster Detection & Response

With ThreatScope™ Mobile XDR, you gain resilience, prove the value of Appdome MobileEDR in Android & iOS apps, keep track of new and emerging cyber security threats across 300+ attack vectors, and respond to any attack impacting any Android or iOS workplace app used by your business automatically.

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Are You Building an Enterprise Mobile App?

Deliver mobile threat defense with automation.

We’re mobile developers. We built Appdome to make it easy on mobile developers to maintain agility and continuously deliver mobile threat defense features for internally developed or 3rd-party Android & iOS apps built in any coding language or framework including Obj-C, C+, Java, JS, C#, C++, Swift, Kotlin, Flutter, React Native, Unity, Xamarin, & more. Plugins and APIs are out-of-the-box ready for all parts of the mobile DevOps ecosystem. Contact us to start making mobile endpoint detection and response easy today.

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Appdome Platform Advantage
Build, Monitor, Respond in One

Build, monitor and respond with mobile endpoint threat detection in combination any of 300+ mobile app security, anti-fraud, anti-malware, anti-cheat, anti-social engineering, and geo compliance features in one platform in minutes. Let the Appdome platform dynamically adjust the mobile threat defense features to fit your Android & iOS app, ensuring the highest performance and stability in production. Each MobileEDR feature uses an active defense model that filters out false positives and delivers the highest fidelity attack detection, data and response every time. Explore our mobile endpoint detection and response knowledge base or browse the top solution categories below to solve mobile EDR today.

No-SDK Mobile EDR & MTD

Appdome MobileEDR™ allows mobile brands to use automation to deploy endpoint detection & response (EDR) and mobile threat defense (MTD) defenses in Android & iOS apps, with no agent, no server, no coding and no SDK. MobileEDR leverages Appdome's 300+ defenses and provides real-time mobile threat and attack detection, deep mobile device inspection and anywhere enforcement to keep enterprise networks and resources safe from mobile malware, supply chain attacks, and other threats.

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Hardened EDR & MTD Implementations

Appdome MobileEDR is the only mobile solution where the defenses are completely built into protected Android and iOS apps. SDK-based solutions can be tampered with, removed or disabled because there's no binding between the SDK and the app. Appdome binds the security features of the MobileEDR solution to the mobile app, preventing bypass, tampering, and IP leakage. Appdome MobileEDR also fully obfuscates the app, preventing attackers from discovering the logic & methods used to protect the app.

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Anywhere Enforcement

Appdome MobileEDR's Anywhere Enforcement™ model lets enterprises use mobile threat detection and defense data across the entire infrastructure, including the mobile app, mobile app server, IAM service layer, UEM/MAM/MDM, or firewall/WAF. This ensures enterprises can get the full benefit of deep device inspection on managed and unmanaged mobile devices.

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Adaptive Mobile Trust

Appdome MobileEDR empowers enterprises to set their preferred trust level in evaluating mobile threats. Enterprises can use either Zero-Trust, to ensure the device is free of any specific threat before allowing connection, login or activity in the mobile app; or Dynamic Trust, which evaluates the device state dynamically throughout the lifecycle of mobile app use.

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Data Minimization

Privacy laws often require data minimization - where organizations must to limit the collection and processing of personal data to what is necessary for the intended purpose. Employers should ensure that the UEM/MDM solution only collects and monitors data that is relevant to managing and securing corporate resources on BYOD devices, while minimizing the collection of unnecessary or sensitive information.

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Detection Diversity

Privacy laws, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union or the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the United States, may require employers to obtain explicit consent from employees before deploying UEM/MDM solutions on their personal devices. Employees must be informed about the types of personal data that will be collected, processed, and monitored by the UEM/MDM solution, as well as the purposes for which it will be used.

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Mobile Attack Intelligence

Visibility is critical to mobile EDR initiatives. You need visibility into what cyber, fraud, malware, bot and other attacks and threats are impacting your brand, business and users. With ThreatScope™ Mobile XDR - the industry's only agentless XDR solution - mobile enterprises combine detection with response, and gain full threat management, in one unified platform. Monitor, track and respond automatically to 300+ unique attack vectors, monitor defenses, and stay ahead of attackers with ease.

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Certified Secure™ Work Apps

The Solarwinds attack came from malware on an unmanaged mobile device connected to an enterprise VPN. Today, the SEC's new 4-day rule and SolarWinds indictments create a new reality for enterprise IT and compliance teams. Certified Secure™ improves "shift left" DevSecOps strategies by creating an ongoing record of compliance that can be used in "go, no-go" release meetings or audits, to ensure internal compliance objectives are achieved, and to eliminate roadblocks in the mobile app release cycle.

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Get a price quote and start saving money on mobile threat defense today. Appdome MobileEDR™ helps mobile brands save $millions of dollars by avoiding unnecessary SDKs, server-side deployments, engineering work, support complexity, network upgrades, code changes and more. 

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Blog Top 3 Ways Screen Overlay Attacks Are Used for Mobile Fraud

How Attackers Use Overlay Attacks to Commit Mobile Fraud

A Screen Overlay Attack (sometimes also called Clickjacking) is an attack method whereby bad actors and fraudsters uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button…