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Microsoft Intune: Protect Unenrolled BYO Devices from Mobile Threats

Microsoft Intune Brings Mobile Threat Defense to Unenrolled BYO Devices
Introduction: Mobile Device Management with Microsoft Intune
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that helps organizations manage and secure mobile devices in the workplace. With Intune, organizations can manage mobile devices, apps, and data in the cloud, with the ability to deploy policies and settings to devices or groups of devices. Intune also provides mobile threat defense, enabling organizations to monitor and protect their devices from malicious threats.

Why Mobile Threat Defense is Important
As organizations continue to embrace the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, mobile threat defense is becoming increasingly important. With BYOD, employees can bring their own device to work, which presents a number of security challenges. For example, devices that are not enrolled in an organization’s mobile device management (MDM) solution are not subject to the security policies and settings of the MDM. This means that organizations need to find a way to protect these unenrolled devices from malicious threats.

How Microsoft Intune Helps
Microsoft Intune provides mobile threat defense for unenrolled BYO devices. With Intune, organizations can monitor and protect their devices from malicious threats, even if the devices are not enrolled in the MDM solution. Intune uses a combination of advanced security technologies to detect and respond to threats, including machine learning, AI, and cloud-based analytics.

How to Set Up Mobile Threat Defense with Intune
Setting up mobile threat defense with Intune is easy. First, administrators need to create a mobile threat protection policy in the Intune console. This policy will define the settings and requirements for mobile threat protection, such as the types of malware that should be detected and the devices that should be monitored.

Once the policy is created, administrators can deploy the policy to the devices. The devices will then be monitored for malicious threats and any detected threats will be reported back to Intune. Administrators can then take action to protect the devices from the threats.

Conclusion
Microsoft Intune provides an easy and secure way to protect mobile devices from malicious threats. With Intune, organizations can monitor and protect unenrolled BYO devices from malicious threats with a combination of advanced security technologies. With just a few steps, administrators can set up mobile threat defense with Intune and protect their devices from malicious threats.

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