Secure apps for your extended enterprise

Achieve your BYOD goals with mobile app security and management.

Take the Bluebox 5 Minute App Challenge

Only Bluebox Security Allows You To

Control Your Mobile Security

Transform any app
into a Self Defending App

Millions of Apps
Secured in Seconds

Transform any commercial or custom app into a Self-Defending App with enterprise security that adapts and protects data even when the mobile device is compromised.

Move at the Speed of Mobile

Dynamic App Management quickly responds to business needs

Achieve the Agility
Required for Mobility

With Dynamic App Management from Bluebox, mobile apps are secured, distributed and maintained in a few simple clicks, no coding or device controls required.

Analyze Mobile App Behavior

Unprecedented Mobile Visibility provides actionable insights

Expand Visibility
with Mobile
Threat Intelligence

Gain insights into mobile app use and realtime attacks which allows you to adapt enterprise mobile security policies to the evolving threat landscape.

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Bluebox Security redefines mobile app management.

Finally, enterprise mobile security that moves at the speed of mobile for employees, contractors and partners alike by delivering self-defending apps, dynamic app management and unprecedented mobile visibility.

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Red Herring 2015 Top 100 Winner

Red Herring has annually selected fast-growing, disruptive startups and emerging companies across industries.  Bluebox was recognized as an award winner based on our growth, leadership expertise and innovation in mobile security.  Learn more about our innovation.

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  • "Exploits will happen, and we want to start looking at app developers to make sure they are taking security in their own hands" --@ablaich,
  • "opportunistic attackers will look at (publicly open) code and figure out ways to attack" --@blueboxsec's on @KQEDForum,
  • "There are groups out there that will find these exploits, package them and sell them" --@blueboxsec's on @KQED,