You might just be surprised (or not).
iOS device level security really isn't an option but cloud-based network monitoring might be the way to go.
The antivirus community has failed to figure out this able and persistent piece of malware. It's as simple as that.
New browser, Silk, and Amazon's cloud at the heart of IT security concerns.
iOS 5 offers a lot of the features IT security admins have longed – driving Apple ever deeper into the enterprise.
Recent price reductions may mean more Blackberry Playbook tablets entering your organization, but that may not be such a bad thing for IT security teams.
As the Android mobile platform gains market share, it also garners a lot of interest from cyber crooks as well as IT security vendors.
The failure of Dutch certificate authority DigiNotar should have Android, iOS and IT security folks very concerned.
Don't expect too much by way of security enhancements in the iPhone 5 -- just enough to keep IT admins from revolting and RIM on its heels.
With the prevalence of Apple in the enterprise today you'd think it would be easier to lock it down.
As the smartphone and tablet become our de facto end-points, app builders need to step up the security of their offerings.
Google's Android mobile platform has taken some security hits lately but the fixes are out there.
In light of the News of the World hacking scandal unfolding in the UK, we figured it was a good time for some pointers on how not to be the next victim.
Google's Honeycomb OS has some good built in features but you want to go beyond that to get secure.
While not as vulnerable as Android or Windows, there are some things to watch out for.
Safari, Opera and mobile surfing don't make the cut. IE, Firefox or Chrome do. Here's why.
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