OPSWAT has collaborated with VMware to better protect enterprises against cyber threats posed by both unmanaged, particularly BYOD, as well as managed devices to help meet security policy mandates and avoid noncompliance fines.
- Enhance the VMware Unified Access Gateway and Horizon Client's ability to assess devices for compliance violations and security issues
- Prevent data losses through screen capture
- Stop devices infected by keyloggers
- Meet compliance requirements such as PCI or HIPPA for VMware Horizon users by ensuring security products are authentic, and properly configured
"We welcome OPSWAT as a valued member of the VMware TAP program," said Kristen Edwards, Director, Technology Alliance Partner Program of VMware. "This membership means customers can take full advantage of a streamlined cloud infrastructure experience. By joining the program, OPSWAT is working with VMware to develop technologies that can positively transform security posture of customers' environments."
"We are excited to collaborate with VMware to better protect digital assets through device security and market leading end-user application access platforms such as Horizon," stated Hamid Karimi, VP of alliances and access control solutions at OPSWAT.
A video demonstrating the combined solution, covered at VMworld 2019, is available at: https://www.opswat.com/videos/unified-access-gateway-endpoint-compliance-check-with-vmware-horizon
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