|[February 06, 2014]
Mocana MAP Developer Program Passes 100-Member Milestone
SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--
Mocana, the device and mobile security leader, today announced the
Mocana MAP Developer Program has surpassed the 100-member milestone.
Created to help mobile app developers quickly and easily meet
best-in-class security requirements for enterprise customers, the
program now serves a broad community of in-house and third-party mobile
app developers, who are employing Mocana Mobile App Protection™ to help
eliminate the barriers to the massive and rapid scaling of enterprise
mobile app deployments.
"The MAP Developer Program has enjoyed tremendous growth by
demonstrating its ability to dramatically reduce the engineering effort
required to integrate enterprise-grade security into mobile apps,
enabling developers to accomplish in seconds what used to take months,"
said Kurt Stammberger, CISSP, vice president of market development at
Mocana. "We've put a lot of effort into making sure developers who use
MAP will experience a very straightforward integration with their mobile
apps, without the need for extensive testing and auditing. Our primary
goal with this program is to make it easier to use, with an even
simpler, more approachable and familiar developer experience."
The Mocana MAP Developer Program provides free tools, technical support
and co-marketing opportunities for enterprise and ISV developers
building secure mobile apps. It offers mobile developers free access to
the MAP Testing Workbench™, an online self-certification service that
allows them to test-drive the MAP technology to ensure that their mobile
apps are MAP-ready. By providing this early opportunity for enterprise
and third-party developers to experience MAP, they can ensure that
everything goes smoothly when it comes time to deploy apps for their
biggest customers, inside or outside the organization.
MAP Developer Program members include some of the most recognized names
in the industry, including SAP, Alcatel Lucent (News - Alert), IBM, Verizon, Nvidia and
L-3 Communications, as well as many other technology leaders such as
Accellion, Box, SAS, MicroStrategy, Apperian, Oceus Networks and Merlin
International. A complete list of participating companies can be found
"At Capriza, our focus is on providing a platform for enabling our
enterprise customers to quickly and easily create, deploy and manage
lightweight, personalized and beautiful apps, which we call Zapps.
Working with Mocana MAP has enabled us to easily deliver
enterprise-grade security to our customers," said Oren Ariel, CTO and
co-founder at Capriza. "The MAP Developer Program has been a valuable
resource in enabling us to succeed in empowering customers to distribute
Zapps that meet specific business needs."
As the global provider of the SAP (News - Alert)® Mobile App Protection solution by
Mocana, SAP sells mobile "app wrapping" software to many developers who
can benefit from Mocana's development program. "We're pleased that SAP
mobile apps partners can choose to join the Mocana MAP Developer Program
and take advantage of its tools and support," said Senthil
Krishnapillai, vice president of mobile security at SAP. "The
self-service certification in particular can help developers check
whether their apps are ready to wrap and can make it easier for
customers to evaluate and deploy the apps. Based on the momentum of this
program, we can expect to see a wider variety of secure mobile apps for
Mocana's application-wrapping approach allows developers to address the
growing and lucrative enterprise application market by enabling them to
add robust security features such as per-app VPNs, FIPS 140-2
data-at-rest encryption and jailbreak detection to any Android (News - Alert)™ or iOS
enterprise app in seconds without having to write a single line of code.
The Mocana MAP Developer Program and MAP Testing Workbench are free of
charge and available now at mocana.com/mdp.
For more information about the Mocana MAP Developer Program, please
email Sanjay Kalyanasundaram at email@example.com.
Mocana unlocks the extended mobile enterprise and simplifies wide-scale
deployments by securing apps automatically, in seconds. The company's
Mobile Application Protection™ (MAP™) app-shielding solution,
distributed globally by SAP as the SAP® Mobile App Protection solution
by Mocana, mitigates the complexities of mobile management, while
freeing developers from tedious and expensive security coding.
Recognized by the World Economic Forum as a "Technology Pioneer" and
named a Gartner (News - Alert) "Cool Vendor," Mocana is an application security expert,
with deep expertise born from a decade of experience securing mission-
and life-critical embedded devices across the Internet of Things: from
mobile handsets to medical devices to aerospace and defense; from data
communications to retail point of sale to smart grid and industrial
automation. More information is available at www.mocana.com.
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