eMailGPS for personal and enterprise mobile devices includes all of the threat, trust, and confidential lock verification found in our Office365 email security add-in for end user email safety awareness, and allows mobile users to submit suspect emails to security teams, without taking their eyes off the road.
eMailGPS Mobile is designed for use on Android (and iPhone) devices, and integrates with desktop and data center versions of eMailGPS for a complete email security awareness platform. eMailGPS mobile and desktop solutions can ll be used independently of each other, or as a holistic security platform to end business email compromise.
Included in eMailGPS for Android:
Predictive Notifier - eMailGPS marks emails that come from known threat sources, as reported by the global email security community, federal agencies, non-profit organizations, and more. This threat information, provided by the eMailGPS Threat & Trust Cloud, keeps your mobile device "in the know" and helps mobile email users avoid email-based compromises.
Real-time Identity Scan (RIS) - eMailGPS marks emails with a yellow classification that come from untrusted sources. This eMailGPS feature reveals social engineering and other email scams by analyzing emails from a geolocation perspective.
GeoMapping - Allows mobile email users to open a map displaying the email's geolocation source. This information gives the email user a way to verify the email's origins are as expected.
Confidential Lock - Once you, or your mobile device administrator, assign a confidential lock key to your email "circle of trust", emails are marked with a purple classification on both ends of the conversation giving email users a higher degree of confidence the sender is who they claim to be. Confidential lock keys work between other mobile devices and any eMailGPS-enabled email client in Office365 Outlook( requires add-in for Microsoft Outlook).
Post Threat Notifier - With a press and hold on any suspect email that arrives in your inbox, eMailGPS sends the email's path and geolocation to your email support teams for further review. Post Threat Notifier output can also be sent to help desk ticketing, big data, automated firewall rule creation, and popular monitoring platforms as part of an overall email security best practice strategy.
PIN Code Verifier - When predictive notifier (described above) marks an email as a "known threat", email users are locked out of the email until a 4 digit pin code is entered. For enterprise organizations this code may unknown to the end user. For individual users the PIN code is left blank but still provides a layer of awareness before opening the email.
eMailGPS can be downloaded for Android, iPhone, iPad, and we also provide a data center solution (for enterprise customers) that empowers eMailGPS to understand threat and trust specific to your managed email infrastructure. eMailGPS installs on your desktop or mobile device with email security best practices built-in. Easy to understand and use for any email user. Can be implemented with mobile device management solutions.