Secure your mobile email with Microsoft EMS and Microsoft Outlook for iOS and Android

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(This post is co-authored by Adrian Moore, Senior Program Manager, and Mayunk Jain, Product Manager, Microsoft 365 Security)

 

 

Whether you have an official BYOD (bring your own device) policy or not, chances are you caught up on some work email this weekend on your mobile phone. If so, you’re not alone; more than 80% of employees admit using non-approved SaaS apps for work purposes, including mobile email. What is worth noting, is that 63% of confirmed data breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords. According to Verizon's 2018 Breach Investigations report, 92 percent of malware is still delivered by email

 

As an IT leader investing in Microsoft 365 modern workplace to meet cyber-security challenges head-on, secure email access is likely to be a key part of your strategy. In this article, we take a technical deep dive into the integrated approach of Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) and Microsoft Outlook for iOS and Android devices, that we consider the gold standard of secure mobile email access.

How it works

Let us dig deeper and explore the configuration settings to deliver the rich experience of Microsoft secure mobile email. Check out the Sway below, or download the PDF

 

 

 

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