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mobile security

BlackBerry to acquire WatchDox to bolster mobile content security


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


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


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


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


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


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.

Report: 16 million mobile devices are infected by malware


Security threats to mobile and residential devices and attacks on communications networks rose in 2014, threatening personal and corporate privacy and information.

Espionage app targets iOS devices


The iOS malware found is among those advanced malware and it is believed the iOS malware gets installed on already compromised systems.

Check Point Capsule offers protection regardless of device or location


Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has revealed the Check Point Capsule, a mobile solution that offers protection for business data and mobile devices, everywhere.

Communication mechanism exposes Android devices to data and information leaks


Check Point researchers uncover potential next-generation Android attacks.