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Smartphones are by far the most popular target of mobile malware, and the infection rate is soaring, according to new research by Nokia. During the second half of 2016, the increase in smartphone infections was 83% following on the heels of a 96% increase during the first half of the year, according to Nokia’s latest Mobile Threat Intelligence Report.

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The chances of you encountering malware on your Android phone is incredibly small, according to Google. By the end of last year, less than 0.71 percent of Android devices had installed a “potentially harmful application”, such as spyware, a Trojan, or other malicious software. Read More

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The idea that smartphone cameras may represent cybersecurity risks is not new. Smartphone-induced risks have plagued researchers from the beginning of this trendy devices’ rise. In time, specialists analyzed various scenarios. More recently, an official incident determined a new wave of smartphone camera-related concerns. More precisely, as CNN Tech described in their article, the question […]

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The traditional way the organizations would secure those devices would be to install some sort of device management software, application management software, right? An MDM or MAM solution and what we’ve seen and what a lot of organizations and IT leaders have seen is that those solutions just aren’t effective. They see relatively limited adoption […]

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