Security vendor Good Technology has added AppKinetics to its Good Dynamics platform aiming to provide companies with a secure way to implement bring your own device (BYOD) policies.
Good Technology claimed that the AppKinetics Technology builds on the company's "containerisation" security model.
The model allows users to securely exchange information within and between applications using their own smart devices without compromising security or employees' privacy and personal experience.
This is done by separating corporate data contained on the device from user's own data, storing it in a separate ecosystem, adding numerous protection measures life encryption and remote wipe options.
"It's about the secure exchange of data," Good Technology general manager Andy Jacques told V3.
"Good Technology's unique selling point is containerisation technology. It lets users store corporate data in an encrypted form in a separate secure place to their personal data. The whole architecture is similar to BlackBerry."
The technology is on sale now and runs on Apple iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices. Alongside AppKinetics Good Technology also announced the addition of eight new partnered apps to the Good Dynamics ecosystem.
The apps offer services in the areas of business intelligence, collaboration, document editing, document printing, file storage/content management, remote desktop management and mobile application development platforms.
These additions will allow developers to integrate the Good Dynamics technology into apps so that companies can create secure end-to-end workflows of protected, mobile applications to drive business processes, according to the company.
The combination of the two would allow firms to prevent users from taking encrypted corporate data from one enterprise app and posting it to unsecured apps, such as email, the firm claimed.
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