About Secure Mobility

Secure Mobility offers solutions that protect your company’s valuable assets – be they employees, mobile devices or documents. Our state-of-the-art enterprise grade products are platform agnostic and cost-effective.

We offer both cloud-based and on-premise options, with ease of scalability as your requirements evolve.

From our innovative and award-winning lone worker app with real-time monitoring to our highly advanced enterprise mobility management system, we offer technology solutions that take mobile security to the next level.

Our Solutions


Protect your lone workers…

Our multi-award winning lone worker technology is low cost and offers unrivalled scalability to meet the changing dynamics of any sector. All you need is your smartphone or tablet (Android, Samsung, Apple iOS and Microsoft all supported).

A lone worker solution designed to be easy-to-use and fit effortlessly into the working day – our solution can be up and running within 24 hours with 99.9% global coverage through a combination of cellular and satellite communications.

Secure Mobility’s lone worker technology allows businesses to meet their duty of care by turning any smart device into a safety tool that protects and monitors employees whilst they work, travel or meet with clients alone or in remote locations.

Monitor the location of lone workers in real-time and allow them to check-in safely once they have finished a lone working or travel session. Importantly, employees can only be tracked when they self-initiate a session in the app – so they are in control.


Protect your devices…

An Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) or Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution allows IT administrators to manage users, apps and cross-platform devices through a single console.

EMM can be integrated into a client’s existing IT infrastructure and used to manage data on devices using a range of standard IT policies. Options includes Single Sign-On and strong authentication to provide a user-friendly and secure work environment.

User data can be stored in the EMM or in existing systems, such as Microsoft Active Directory. Strong password authentication, coupled with robust IT policies means only verified users have access to corporate data. Device reporting, including status information and user activity logs, ensures that client know who has seen their data.

The EMM platform lets administrators manage what is installed on employees’ devices, whether it’s private company apps, standard business and productivity apps, or “recreational apps”.

Admins can remotely assign apps to users, or pick and choose which apps can be downloaded with whitelisting and blacklisting.

EMM gives organisations the tools they need to help make their mobile business secure.


Protect your apps and their data…

A containerisation solution creates a secure environment on a device, where employees can confidently use enterprise apps, securely store data, and safely send emails, all while keeping their personal data separate.

Employees can use a variety of IT-approved apps inside the container to increase mobility and productivity across the organisation.

The solution can be tailored to the needs of an organisation; IT administrators can choose to use fingerprint scanners, swipe patterns, security PINs, or passwords for employees to access the secure area.

Only secure, tested apps make it into the protected area. The solution restricts the flow of data into and out of the secure environment.

Depending on the device, it can also validate the security and integrity of the device right down to the hardware layer, preventing the security risks associated with rooted or jail broken devices.


Ensure users are who they say they are…

Integrated Access Management (IAM) provides Single Sign On (SSO) capabilities to enable a user to authenticate with a single account and to quickly access a broad range of enterprise services.

Users login to multiple business apps, including mobile and web-based applications, with only one corporate credential.

The solution enforces strict authentication policies and eliminates the need for users to remember multiple passwords. Administrators can configure role-based app authorisation and leverage corporate user directories such as Active Directory for user authentication.