Use case: Detecting malware on an Android device
Chris Jones uses his personal
Androiddevice for work purposes as part of a bring-your-own-phone policy. A friend tells Chris about a new game that he should download from a website that offers free apps from independent developers. Chris downloads and installs the app on his device and starts to play the game.
UEM Clientis also installed on Chris’ device. The
CylancePROTECT Mobilelibrary in the
UEM Clientscans the device, identifies the new app, and sends the .apk files to the
CylanceINFINITYanalyses the app files and returns a confidence score to the
UEM Client. The confidence score indicates that the app is potentially malicious.
Because a malicious app has been detected, the
UEM Clientcarries out the compliance action that has been set by Chris’
UEMadministrator. Chris receives a device notification that his device is out of compliance, and he can no longer access
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps, such as
After checking with his administrator, Chris uninstalls the game. This returns his device to compliance and allows him to access
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps again.