Why mobile security is more critical today, but still just as challenging

Why mobile security is more critical today, but still just as challenging

Today our lives are inextricably tied to our mobile devices. We use them just like mini-computers, handling sensitive personal and work-related matters throughout the day. This trend is concerning because mobile devices were not designed with security in mind and are now arguably the biggest threat to both consumer and enterprise security.

The latest BYOD trends and predictions, from mobile focus to endpoint management

The latest BYOD trends and predictions, from mobile focus to endpoint management

Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies have become common within enterprise organizations, and there’s no sign of things changing anytime soon.

'Invisible Man' malware that records keystrokes, steals banking data targets Android devices

'Invisible Man' malware that records keystrokes, steals banking data targets Android devices

A dangerous form of malware that records keystrokes and steals banking data is targeting Android users. Invisible Man, a relative of malicious software Svpeng, deceives smartphone owners by disguising itself as a fake Flash Player update.

Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

While all mobile devices have inherent security risks, Android has more vulnerabilities because of its inherent open-source nature, the slow pace with which users update the OS and a lack of proper app vetting.

Enterprise Mobility Market: CYOD and BYOD to Surge Demand For Enterprise Mobility Solutions

Enterprise Mobility Market: CYOD and BYOD to Surge Demand For Enterprise Mobility Solutions

Transparency Market Research has added a report that illustrates the scenario of the global enterprise mobility market. This market is highly fragmented and fast moving as many new players are emerging in the market.

BYOD Or COPE? Still No ‘Silver Bullet’ For Enterprise Mobility

BYOD Or COPE? Still No ‘Silver Bullet’ For Enterprise Mobility

As previously reported by Enterprise Mobility Exchange, security is the biggest concern in a BYOD scenario. In the report titled, “Industry Insight 2017: The State of Enterprise Mobility,” only 17 percent of IT executives have adopted a BYOD platform in their enterprise. Additionally, some organizations have used BYOD, then reverted back to COPE, despite its much higher cost.

5 Trends that will change the story of Enterprise mobile app development

5 Trends that will change the story of Enterprise mobile app development

Although mobile is undeniably the new frontier as far as cyber threats are concerned. These concerns are directly proportional to the wider adoption of corporate mobility that is still continuing to grow. Although Gartner has identified four levels of protection. Some enterprise mobile app development companies has already started providing enterprise-grade threat against mobility security risks.

Digitizing Security: Whose Job Is Enterprise Mobility?

Digitizing Security: Whose Job Is Enterprise Mobility?

The world of information technology is packed with the need for security, but can often confuse enterprise executives when discussing who’s in charge of what. So, who’s responsible for mobile, information, and cybersecurity protocols in the company food chain?

Google's safeguard against rogue Android apps is now available

Google's safeguard against rogue Android apps is now available

Google is acting on its promise to further guard your Android phone against rogue apps. The company tells us that it's rolling out its Play Protect home screen to every Android device running Google Mobile Services 11 or newer.

How Google Analyzes the Security and Privacy Behavior of Android Apps

How Google Analyzes the Security and Privacy Behavior of Android Apps

Google has developed a new classification algorithm for mobile apps in the Play store that enables the company to group apps together based on their relative security characteristics and help users better understand what they’re installing.

Google Pushes Out Flaw Fixing Android Security Patch

Google Pushes Out Flaw Fixing Android Security Patch

Google has pushed out an update for Android to fix a slew of cyber security holes, inducing a number of remote code execution vulnerabilities. 

The July security patch notably plugs vulnerabilities that surface when files like images and videos are processed by the mobile operating system for display. and enable the execution of arbitrary code. 

Apple iOS 10.3.2 Is Causing New Problems

Apple iOS 10.3.2 Is Causing New Problems

What Apple has done is what it normally does after an iOS release: it stopped signing the previous version. This means users running iOS 10.3.2 can no longer downgrade (eg to iOS 10.3.1) because the ‘sign off’ an upgrade looks for on Apple’s servers before installing will no longer be given.