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mobile security

BYOD can pose privacy risks to employees

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Companies using MDM to oversee employee devices are collecting more information than employees realize

AT&T and Samsung detail security gaps

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

Samsung announces new mobile security partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton

Building security into devices: Apple and Android devices at risk

Building security into devices: Apple and Android devices at risk

Mobile devices need the same security as PCs and laptops. 

Charging mobile devices could put data at risk

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

Smartphones can be compromised when charged using a standard USB connection connected to a computer, Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered in a proof-of-concept experiment.

Security training programs don't do enough to mitigate insider risk

The threats posed by negligent insiders top many security professionals' lists of security concerns, but even organizations that have data protection and privacy training programs aren't getting through to their employees.

 

An integrated app protection platform for agile fraud prevention

Fraud prevention

Financial institutions and online service providers are engaging customers via a widening array of channels as part of their digital transformation strategies.

5 security experts share their best tips for 'fringe' devices

5 security experts share their best tips for ‘fringe’ devices

Some of the most hackable devices in your network are also probably the most-overlooked.

Fitness wearables: Who's tracking who?

who is tracking who

They are a hot product, since they can tell you so much about your health. The problem is fitness wearables can tell the same things to a lot of other people, from marketers to identity thieves

 

Dell Security enables 'everywhere' secure access to corporate data

Dell Security enables ‘everywhere’ secure access to corporate data

Dell has announced updates to the SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) operating system (OS) that provide remote workers using smartphones, tablets or laptops – managed or unmanaged - with policy-enforced SSL VPN access to mission-critical applications, data and resources.

One-fifth of IT pros say their companies had mobile data breach

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

Survey shows wide uncertainty about whether smartphones and tablets were involved.