Responding to the still-growing use of mobile devices at work and the desire (and in some cases the necessity) to manage them centrally in order to protect corporate assets, Symantec CTO Amit Mital claimed "Symantec is the first company to integrate mobile device management, app wrapping, threat protection, and email client and browser apps into one enterprise mobility management solution.
"Across the enterprise, our security pedigree, unique intelligence insights and unparalleled ability to deliver comprehensive solutions set us apart. And we're replicating that in the mobile space so our customers can give their employees the tools they need to remain productive, while ensuring the right security controls are in place to protect critical information."
Company officials pointed to multiple components in the company's mobile portfolio that have been developed, updated or integrated to improve defences against mobile threats.
The company also foreshadowed the incorporation of secure email technologies Symantec gained from the acquisition of NitroDesk in order to provide its customers with an alternative to BlackBerry.