You probably give users advice on avoiding mobile malware. But there’s some bad news: Some of them could have phones that are infected through no fault of their own.
While some observers have been warning companies and consumers for a while about the growing problem of malware attacking smartphones, recent reports show the mobile virus threat has yet to have much of an impact.
As the costs of cyber crime continue to rise, there are some steps both IT departments and users should be taking to better protect data.
Mobile devices introduce a number of new security concerns for organizations. In this guest post, Katherine Switzer outlines a few of the biggest Android security threats IT managers should be aware of.
One tool many companies are turning to keep BYOD devices secure is mobile device management (MDM) software. In this guest post, Hank Whitman offers some guidelines on choosing an MDM application.
Employees are often careless when it comes to sensitive information on mobile devices, and BYOD policies have done little to change things. What can IT do?
One mobile security tool growing in popularity is the mobile virtual private network (VPN). In this guest post, Parker Hansen discusses the benefits and disadvantages of that technology.
Most reports of mobile security threats center around Android viruses or other threats targeting Google’s smartphone and tablet platform. But that doesn’t mean Apple’s iOS is immune from attacks.