Attackers are preying on users' assumption that legitimate app stores protect them from security issues, a security firm claims.
Global SaaS and enterprise mobile security vendor Bitglass has beefed up its leadership team with the appointment of new vice presidents of worldwide channels and business development.
Cloud access security broker Bitglass has sealed an agreement to offer clients of Enosys a complete CASB solution with zero-day data and threat protection for any app or device – whether managed or unmanaged.
SaaS and enterprise mobile security vendor Bitglass has appointed Westcon-Comstor as the company’s first value-added distributor in New Zealand.
SaaS and enterprise mobile security vendor Bitglass has appointed David Shephard as its new vice-president of Sales for Asia Pacific and Japan as part of a move to accelerate global expansion.
The importance of enterprise mobility IT security is something most organisations overlook, but it’s one of the most important policies that should be implemented.
A new report on the global threats posed by cyber attacks has found that the prevalence of mobile malware remained steady from the fourth quarter 2016 to the first quarter of this year, with about 20% of organisations detecting the malware.
Australians are concerned about mobile security, but the majority aren’t doing enough about it, according to research which reveals that 40% have been victim to a mobile security breach.
Many organisations are ill-prepared to defend against mobile and IoT application security threats, according to a study from the Ponemon Institute, IBM Security and application protection provider Arxan Technologies, which shows that 60% of organisations have already experienced a data breach caused by an insecure mobile app.
While Android phones and tablets are the primary mobile attack vector, iOS is more than ever a target – Symantec found nine new iOS threat families back in 2015.
Voice and facial recognition is gaining ground as a major security measure, with more than 600 million mobile devices expected to be using the technology around the world by 2021, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
BlackBerry is offering its customers a free, 100-point check to see whether their mobile security stance aligns with best practices.
Has Privacy Awareness Week made us any more aware of our privacy? It seems that while the message is getting through it takes longer for behaviours to change.
Infosys Finacle, part of Infosys product subsidiary EdgeVerve Systems, has partnered with software company Onegini’s mobile security platform to integrate Finacle’s banking solutions.
A partnership between Centrify and BlackBerry sees the former's credentials certified as 'Secured for Good' and supporting single sign on from mobile devices.
IT management software specialist Landesk has released Landesk Management Suite 2016, Landesk Security Suite 2016 and the new Landesk Mobile Security Suite 2016.
There is a very real threat from a proliferation of new apps that streamline mobile transactions by scraping data from the screen to send to third parties.
While enterprise level advanced persistent threats (APTs) remain relatively low by world standards, Australian Mac, PC, and Android users are still high level targets.
MobileIron is a leader in mobile (smart devices) enterprise security and has announced that it has joined the Intel Security Innovation Alliance partner program.
Security firm AVG has established a global Centre of Excellence for mobile in the Israel capital of Tel Aviv.
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