How to keep your company’s sensitive data secure

How to keep your company’s sensitive data secure

With changing work styles, there are many new threats to data security. Be it employee information, customer payment info or business strategies, every organisation is worried about the security of their sensitive data.

Equifax data breach: Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover

Equifax data breach: Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover

Scan today’s headlines and it’s easy to see it’s a scary time in the digital age: an Equifax hack exposing up to 143 million credit records; mobile malware (malicious software) that targets early versions of Android Oreo; and new “phishing” scams affecting WhatsApp and Facebook.

New App Store guidelines crack down on iOS ‘virus scanners’, require alternatives to Face ID for under 13’s

New App Store guidelines crack down on iOS ‘virus scanners’, require alternatives to Face ID for under 13’s

Apple has updated its developer app review guidelines for the iPhone and iPad App Store this week with new clauses addressing the appropriate usage of Face ID, ARKit and more.

$8.6M Awarded For Government Mobile App Security Research

$8.6M Awarded For Government Mobile App Security Research

The Department of Homeland Security is looking to change that and enhance its mobile application security, announcing the award of $8.6 million in contracts to five different solution providers in a wide-ranging research and development project to bolster cybersecurity.

Intra-Library Collusion Attacks Open the Door for a Whole New Kind of Android Malware

Intra-Library Collusion Attacks Open the Door for a Whole New Kind of Android Malware

A team of Oxford and Cambridge researchers is the latest to join a chorus of voices sounding the alarm on a new attack vector named Intra-Library Collusion (ILC) that could make identifying Android malware much harder in the upcoming future

Android security: Google patches dozens of dangerous bugs, including some in Oreo

Android security: Google patches dozens of dangerous bugs, including some in Oreo

Google has detailed but not yet released the September patch that brings fixes for Android, the Linux kernel, and components from Broadcom, Qualcomm, and MediaTek.

5 ways to improve your enterprise mobility management strategy

5 ways to improve your enterprise mobility management strategy

he global mobile workforce will rise to 1.87 billion people by 2022, representing 42.5 percent of the entire global workforce, according to RCR Wireless. As the mainstream workforce morphs into a mobile workforce, companies are looking at ways to make the transition as smooth as possible

Why mobile security is more critical today, but still just as challenging

Why mobile security is more critical today, but still just as challenging

Today our lives are inextricably tied to our mobile devices. We use them just like mini-computers, handling sensitive personal and work-related matters throughout the day. This trend is concerning because mobile devices were not designed with security in mind and are now arguably the biggest threat to both consumer and enterprise security.

The latest BYOD trends and predictions, from mobile focus to endpoint management

The latest BYOD trends and predictions, from mobile focus to endpoint management

Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies have become common within enterprise organizations, and there’s no sign of things changing anytime soon.

'Invisible Man' malware that records keystrokes, steals banking data targets Android devices

'Invisible Man' malware that records keystrokes, steals banking data targets Android devices

A dangerous form of malware that records keystrokes and steals banking data is targeting Android users. Invisible Man, a relative of malicious software Svpeng, deceives smartphone owners by disguising itself as a fake Flash Player update.

Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

While all mobile devices have inherent security risks, Android has more vulnerabilities because of its inherent open-source nature, the slow pace with which users update the OS and a lack of proper app vetting.