More connected devices means a larger threat surface. That's why it's critical to prioritize security when designing your IoT deployment.
There is no such thing as total IoT security, and the value businesses can gain from the technology outweighs the perceived benefit of disconnecting.
A new Android app that claims to clean a device actually grabs admin rights to carry out malicious actions — and proves almost impossible to scrub out.
It is critical to ensure that the right policies and controls are in place to help defend enterprise assets before a business trip, on the go and at home.
To effectively manage your IoT population, you must understand where your devices are, what they do, who is using them and how they connect to the network.
Your Android device could be at risk from a new class of attack that allows for full takeover of a smartphone with valid permissions.
A survey revealed that IT leaders are struggling to strike a healthy balance between the benefits and security risks associated with a mobile workforce.
Unified endpoint management (UEM) can assist security teams in preparing for the future of business transformation and mobile security.
If approached with a solid focus on security, the IoT has the potential to disrupt your business in a way that helps it become more efficient.
Like the rise of BYOD culture in the enterprise, the explosion of IoT devices generates a new set of challenges for security professionals.