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FinDEVr Live: Hypori’s VMI Moves Fintech Mobile Apps to a Secure, Virtualized Cloud

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Hypori_FinDEVr2015_logoHypori’s virtual mobile infrastructure platform—VMI—shields enterprises from the risks of BYOD while providing a rich, responsive end-user experience, and a more secure, cost-effective, compliant solution for any organization. The highly scalable and flexible infrastructure helps commercial and public sector organizations bridge the gap between mobile productivity and mobile security.

Hypori’s platform can deliver any unmodified mobile application as a secure service on iOS and Android devices. It’s the only approved solution for accessing mobile apps on the NSA’s Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSFC) and can enable access to any mobile app as the ACE platform takes responsibility for all Common Criteria-mandated security capabilities, absolving the mobile app of these requirements. Hypori’s Virtual Mobile Infrastructure (VMI) platform allows enterprises to keep data and applications in the data center, while providing end-users with a secure and rich, mobile-first experience.

VISA Corp. and Hypori recently demonstrated a Point of Sale as a Service solution leveraging the ACE Platform at FinovateFall in New York City, including a remote access to Bluetooth PoS peripherals.

Key takeaways:

  • Hypori’s architecture for virtual mobile infrastructure
  • VISA case study for leveraging Hypori’s platform for securing mobile point-of-sale terminals
  • Overview of how Hypori’s platform can be used to secure other banking and finance applications on mobile devices

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Presenter: Sanjay Challa, Product Manager
LinkedIn | sanjay.challa@hypori.com

Challa is a senior product manager with 6+ years’ experience. Previously at National Instruments, Challa has had the opportunity to work with a diverse set of technologies and explore a variety of different markets globally.

Brian Kuwahara, Senior Director, Visa