Appthority App Policies, Device Policies, and Remediation
The app works with Appthority App and Device Threat Indicators, App and Device Policies, and Remediation Policies.
The app sends detection information back to Appthority MTP, where TIs are flagged and any relevant policies are triggered. Remediation Policies can alert end users directly on their device when a policy is violated and provide instructions for remediation. If there is an EMM integration, the Remediation Policy can alert the EMM to the issue as well.
In addition, with the MTP Mobile App you get the benefits of MTT-Managed App and Device Policies that are released when new malicious threats are discovered. These policies automatically go into effect and immediately start detecting issues.
Another benefit of the MTP Mobile App is the "Safe Search" feature, that allows end users to pre-screen apps before they download them from app stores.
What remediation actions can the mobile app execute?
The MTP Mobile App on iOS and Android can receive push notifications from MTP Cloud. The notification alerts the user to threats detected on the device and strongly suggests remediation actions.
How does remediation work for the MTP Mobile App vs. through the EMM?
Appthority MTP can remediate direct to end user devices with the MTP Mobile App installed. MTP remediation includes alerting the user about newly detected mobile threats, suggesting or requiring certain actions be taken on the device to remove the threat, and monitoring the device for compliance on new threats and existing threats that are in the process of being resolved. Appthority MTP can first attempt to remediate a mobile threat direct to the user device before escalating to the EMM for further action in the event the user’s device is not brought into compliance.
EMM enforcement can involve restricting network or data access for the user until the device is compliant. Appthority MTP can continue to monitor devices for compliance, and continue sending remediation push notifications and/or escalations to the EMM, until the device is compliant.