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Zimperium and Intertrust Join Hands for Delivering End-to-End Security for IoT Devices in Zero-Trust Environments
The collaboration between Zimperium and Intertrust provides best-in-class security for edge devices in trusted data ecosystems.
Fremont, CA: New developing technologies are influencing the globe today. As a result, users get constantly surrounded by smart gadgets. These smart devices make life simpler and more convenient. On the contrary, users are vulnerable to a variety of cyber threats. There will always be a threat to personal privacy.
Zimperium, the top leader in mobile security, and Intertrust, the pioneer in trusted computing & digital rights management (DRM) technology, joined hands to provide end-to-end security and data management for IoT devices, apps, and media services Zero Trust environments. Intertrust will deliver Zimperium's Mobile Application Protection Suite (MAPS) to its Intertrust Platform and Intertrust ExpressPlay clients under the conditions of the cooperation.
"The Zimperium-Intertrust partnership completes our offering of the world's best end-to-end secure data operations and rights management solution, with bulletproof endpoint technology," said Talal Shamoon, Intertrust's Chief Executive Officer. "We're proud to partner with the world leader in this space and look forward to delivering robust end-to-end solutions to our customers."
Intertrust Platform is a game-changing platform that enables business ecosystems to conduct reliable, interoperable data operations. It also links to trusted IoT devices and apps, forming a trust circle between clouds and devices. ExpressPlay Media Security Suite includes ExpressPlay DRM, a cloud-based multi-DRM solution, and various other revolutionary content protection services. Zimperium's ground-breaking security technology establishes a secure processing environment on devices and sensors, reducing the danger of unauthorized tampering and alerting users when an assault is underway. The combination provides enterprises and media service providers access to trusted data ecosystems and a high level of assurance that the devices and apps they work within Zero Trust environments are highly resistant to hackings that can cause major disruptions or inappropriate data access.
"Devices and apps in the field can be a weak point for attackers to steal data or disrupt vital data-based services," said Shridhar Mittal, Zimperium's Chief Executive Officer. "As the only platform that protects mobile apps across the entire DevSecOps lifecycle, from in-development to on-device, MAPS gives Intertrust's customers the confidence that their edge devices and apps are protected."