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You can’t risk security.

Mobile devices and applications are the fastest growing place for new cyber attacks around the globe. In particular, mobile applications are ground-zero due to their sensitive business-critical mobile transactions and data. Attackers get to these applications either through targeted or automated attacks and since they are commonly installed on the end users personal mobile devices normal corporate protection measures are no longer effective.

Users expect a responsive UX.

Unlike laptop and PC users, mobile device users have come to rely on firing up their mobile device and activating their commands. Start-up and operation requires no active thought because mobile app designers have made it so. Users don’t even notice what’s going on behind the scenes to make it all run smoothly—they just assume it does. Mobile users don’t stop and think about their mobile devices having a good UX unless the UX disallows them from activating their commands without pause. So where does that leave critical mobile apps that require high-security?
Securing the app
is the only pragmatic approach
Tried and true security software company

It’s broke

Mobile device app developers are scrambling to make their apps secure without compromising the mobile UX. This can mean everything from re-architecting an app by taking out key functionality to trying to apply legacy PC security to a mobile device without success. Companies who provide mobile applications that require high security are faced with a difficult choice – either optimal mobile device security or a responsive UX. Both don’t seem possible. Until now.

V-Key provides mobile security without UX compromise.

V-Key has developed a breakthrough, one-of-a-kind technology that doesn’t make providers of mission-critical applications have to chose between high security or a responsive mobile UX. That’s because V-Key provides mobile application security by securing the apps, not the device--making data, mobile transactions, apps themselves secure. How? Learn more.