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Saturday, August 1st, 2015

mobile security

BYOD users worry employers can't keep private data safe

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Workplace smartphone and tablet users worry a lot about their personal information remaining private from their employers, according to a survey.

FIDO two-factor authentication goes wireless

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The FIDO Alliance is issuing a new specification for FIDO to support Bluetooth, low-energy Bluetooth (BLE) and near field communications (NFC) wireless technologies in two-factor authentication tokens.

Vulnerability found in Samsung smartphone keyboard

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Samsung readies fix for a security flaw that may have compromised as many as 600 million phones, including the Galaxy.

Mobile security: the coming battle of hardware versus software

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With all the discussion about ApplePay and what Google and Samsung might or might not do, what actually happens on the ground is that most mobile payments have nothing to do with any of these technologies.

BlackBerry to acquire WatchDox to bolster mobile content security

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WatchDox’s technology will be offered as a value-added service that complements BlackBerry’s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio, and will be available with BES12, a multi-OS EMM solution.

What businesses can learn from the Hillary Clinton email scandal

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The recent misstep of the high-profile politician reflects the modern complexities of mobile security. What can businesses learn from this?

BlackBerry's CHACE aims to reverse today's security paradigm

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BlackBerry Limited has introduced the BlackBerry Center for High Assurance Computing Excellence (CHACE) to expand the company’s security research and development (R&D).

Palo Alto Networks, VMware expand partnership to address mobile security needs

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Palo Alto Networks and VMware, Inc. have expanded their strategic partnership to address mobile security needs.

Android flaw puts personal data at risk for millions

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A flaw in Android could allow apps to be modified or replaced by malware, Palo Alto Networks said.

Emergence of IoT boosts need for DDoS solutions

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With the advent of the Internet of Things and the explosion of mobile devices, enterprises have found it necessary to implement distributed denial of services (DDoS) protection solutions.