Zimperium’s zIPS is the world’s first mobile intrusion prevention system app that provides comprehensive protection for iOS and Android devices against mobile network, device and application cyberattacks.
Much like a doctor can diagnose an illness by analyzing the symptoms your body is exhibiting, zIPS can detect both known and unknown threats by analyzing the behavior of your mobile device. By analyzing slight deviations to the mobile device’s operating system’s statistics, memory, CPU and other system parameters, zIPS’ z9 detection engine can accurately identify not only the specific type of malicious attack, but also the forensics associated with the who, what, where, when, and how of an attack occurrence.
Zimperium developed the innovative and award-winning z9 engine by training it over many years on proprietary machine-learning algorithms that distinguish normal from malicious behavior on Android and iOS devices. Unlike cloud-based mobile security solutions that employ app sandboxing or tunnel traffic through the cloud, the z9 engine sits directly on the mobile devices within the zIPS app, in order to provide complete protection around the clock.
Uses the on-device z9 detection engine to monitor the whole device for malicious behavior, and to dynamically detect known and unknown threats in real time.
Leverages machine learning to analyze deviations to device behavior and make determinations about indicators of compromise to accurately identify specific types of attacks and classify zero-day attacks.
Implements quick incident-response recommendations and decisions when malicious activity is discovered.
Leave your employees to their own devices. zIPS accommodates the human factor. We secure iOS and Android devices in real time without compromising the user experience or violating a user’s privacy.
You can secure your enterprise from breaches occurring in BYO environments by using the only advanced threat protection that was specifically developed for mobile devices. Based on a disruptive, on-device detection engine that uses patented machine learning algorithms, zIPS protects the entire mobile device — not just mobile applications — from multiple attack vectors.
|Man-in-the-Middle||OS/Kernel exploitation||Malicious apps|
|SSL stripping techniques||Profile/configuration modification||Known and unknown malware|
|Attempt to intercept SSL traffic||System tampering||Dynamic threats abusing download and execute techniques|
|Rogue access points||Device vulnerability assessment|
|Reconnaissance scans||Physical USB exploitation|
zConsole is an enterprise mobile threat management console that provides security teams with visibility across all mobile devices in the organization to assess enterprise risk, identify security gaps and update policies to improve mobile device and application protection. Comprehensive dashboards and detailed reporting make it easy for Security Administrators to manage risk and monitor incidents on zIPS-protected devices.
Incident Response teams can take advantage of unparalleled mobile threat forensics for analysis and action to prevent a compromised device from turning into an outbreak:
zConsole enables the centralized management of all zIPS-protected endpoints:
Enable Security Administrators to continuously monitor and manage the health of all mobile devices from a real-time threat dashboard with the ability to trigger automated response.
Unmatched network, device and malware forensics data lets security administrators view and understand each mobile security incident, including the who, what, where, when and how of an occurrence.
Define and enact risk-based policies to continuously protect your organization from mobile attacks.
zConsole is a cloud-based management console that can be accessed from a browser on any device at any time. You get a clear picture of your mobile threat and risk posture across your enterprise.
In one tool, administrators get an overall view of their enterprise mobile network, device, and application threats. You can view the threat logs, maps and history, top-attacked devices and networks, and where the OS risks lie, as well as specific vulnerability risks. You can also drill down for more detail and remotely protect your fleet of iOS and Android devices.Download Solution Brief