The threat of mobile malware is real, so enterprises must provide security for both corporate applications and managed mobile devices.
Certain security solutions and operating systems can help quell your enterprise's mobilephobia, but you must also find options to address future fears.
Cybercriminals are targeting mobile payment apps and information with a variety of cyberattacks. Here's what organizations can do to protect themselves.
Strong mobile application security needs to be a part of your organization's overall security posture if you want to uncover vulnerabilities.
Enterprises need to enact a comprehensive mobile security strategy to safeguard their assets and IPs against malicious mobile apps.
Enhancing mobile application security doesn't have to take endless time and resources. Catch up on 10 ways you can improve your security knowledge.
Mobile malware threats continue to be a major problem for individuals and enterprises alike, and the risks are only getting more severe.
Enterprises today are embracing mobile technologies and the bring-your-own-device movement, but that means they must develop mobile security strategies.
Samsung's default mobile keyboard, Swiftkey, contains a serious vulnerability. But with a fix coming later rather than sooner, how can users stay safe?
If a WhatsApp user's phone gets stolen, it wouldn't be hard to get access to a security code that would let third parties access and take over accounts.