As workers become more mobile, IT departments need to take steps to secure smartphones and tablets. But those efforts may be hindered by some incorrect beliefs about mobile security.
As Android viruses and other types of mobile security attacks become more common, researchers have discovered some new methods hackers are using to spread their malware.
IT managers have a lot of concerns about the security of data when it’s held on users’ personal mobile devices. But there’s another group out there that might share IT’s worries about BYOD security:
Here’s another potential sign that Apple’s iPad and other tablets may soon become a replacement for laptops:
As more companies embrace BYOD, it’s becoming critical to make sure users can securely access the data they need for work from their mobile devices. In this guest post, IT security writer Raymond McLemore offers some advice for choosing a mobile VPN app.
A new Android virus shows what strategies hackers are using to spread malware now – and how susceptible users are to those techniques.
Many users will circumvent IT policy to use a personal device at work. But often that’s because their organization doesn’t yet have a BYOD policy.