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Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

mobile security

Report: Smartphone infection rate doubled in first half of 2016

BlackBerry will attempt its last hurrah with a pair of mid-range smartphones

Smartphone infection rates nearly doubled during the first half of this year

What this expensive 'secure' phone tells us about mobile hacking

What this expensive ‘secure’ phone tells us about mobile hacking

Will a $12,000 phone protect you from mobile malware?

5 products leading the enterprise mobile management pack

5 products leading the enterprise mobile management pack

Companies are moving towards an enterprise mobile management strategy in order to keep up with the increasing demands and risks of a mobile workforce. Here are five companies that, according to Gartner, are leaders in the EMM market.

How IT can limit the risk of popular messaging apps

How IT can limit the risk of popular messaging apps

CIOs have battled shadow IT for years, long before the advent of messaging apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Here's how a set of IT pros makes the most of the latest challenge.

Google details security features in Android 7.0 'Nougat'

Google details security features in Android 7.0 'Nougat'

Google shared information on the best new security features in its next major mobile OS update, Android 7.0 'Nougat,' including a faster direct boot, streamlined software updates and enhanced integration with corporate directories.

CIOs express mixed emotions on Apple's enterprise evolution

CIOs express mixed emotions on Apple’s enterprise evolution

Not all IT leaders are happy with Apple choice to largely keep the enterprise at arm's length, but the company has made notable progress in business. These developments, large and small, helped changed the IT industry's perception of Apple.

Qualcomm-powered Android devices plagued by four rooting flaws

First iOS trojan exploiting Apple DRM design flaws infects any iOS device

Qualcomm has released patches for the flaws, but Google included only three of them in its Android security updates so far

Pokémon Go and webinjects – Why businesses should be concerned

The Pokémon Go craze is gaining momentum around the world.  The augmented-reality mobile game has been downloaded more than 75 million times, based on data from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower, even before the app’s debut in many countries.

Hackers can pick off, inject wireless keyboard keystrokes from 8 vendors, maybe more

First iOS trojan exploiting Apple DRM design flaws infects any iOS device

Hackers can pick off, inject wireless keyboard keystrokes from 8 vendors, maybe more Bastille says the KeySniffer can be exploited from 250 feet away

INFOGRAPHIC: Mobile security threats

Mixing personal and business-owned devices creates business risk. How do enterprises enable BYOD, while keeping data protected?