Mobile Security 

94 Percent of IT Pros See Free Wi-Fi Hotspots as a Significant Security Threat

Sixty-two percent ban their mobile workers from using free Wi-Fi hotspots, a recent survey found.

Mobile Access to Corporate Data Surged 43 Percent in 2015

Fifty-six percent of data accessible on PCs is now also accessible on mobile devices, a recent survey found.

Apple vs. FBI: Even Cryptographers Cannot Agree

Even world famous cryptographers don't all agree with Apple's position on protecting encrypted data.

Devices Running Insecure Software: Study

Study of two million devices reveals that more than half are running outdated, vulnerable software.

What the Heck Is a CASB, and Do You Need One?

Cloud access security brokers are a relative newcomer to the enterprise, but cloud security concerns will drive rapid adoption of CASBs.

10 Trickiest Mobile Security Threats

Mobile apps are popular with knowledge workers and hackers alike. Which 10 mobile security threats are the most problematic for security pros?

Mobile Authentication vs. Biometrics

Biometrics and multi-factor authentication are two approaches to remotely accessing enterprise systems via mobile devices. Which is right for you?

10 Apps to Improve iPhone Security

Apps like these improve the security of iOS devices like iPhones.

Carrier Pre-Loads Expand Keeper's Mobile Password Footprint

Mobile password manager app continues to expand user base, thanks to new carrier partnerships.

6 Mobile Security Predictions for 2016

Big changes for mobile security are ahead in 2016, predict mobile security experts.

Startup Spotlight: Bluebox Security's Mobile App Security

Bluebox Security's platform boosts mobile app security without making extra work for developers.

Shevirah Moving Forward for Enterprise Mobile Pen Testing [VIDEO]

Security innovator Georgia Weidman discusses what her new startup is doing to help enterprise mobile security.

Only 28 Percent of Consumers Are Fully Confident in Mobile Device Security

Still, 32 percent use their mobile devices to send work-related emails, a recent study found.

Can Mobile Apps Defend Themselves? Yes, Says Bluebox

Bluebox's approach goes beyond providing just a security wrapper for mobile applications.

Is Jailbreaking Apple Devices Always a No-No?

Apple and enterprise IT teams discourage jailbreaking Apple devices – and with good reason. But is jailbreaking always a bad thing?

All about Authentication, Apps for Nymi

Canadian startup Nymi is building a developer ecosystem for its biometric authentication technology.

Android Tablets Sold on Amazon Infected with Cloudsota Trojan

The tablets have been sold and delivered to over 17,000 customers in more than 150 countries.

Ransomware Is Now the Leading Mobile Malware Threat

And porn sites are now the top mobile infection vector, according to Blue Coat.

Top 20 Android Security Apps

While it used to be necessary to deploy an anti-virus app along with a separate anti-theft app and perhaps an individual app locker, most Android security solutions now include all of that functionality in a single app. This list includes mostly broad-based Android security solutions, along with one dedicated anti-theft app and three password management options.

48 Percent of Used Hard Drives Sold Online Contain Residual Data

The same is true of 35 percent of used mobile devices, according to a recent study.

Unlocking Smartphones: PINs, Patterns or Fingerprints?

PINs, patterns and fingerprints are all options for unlocking mobile devices. But which option is most secure?

Apple Watch Security Risks (and Benefits)

With the Apple Watch, as with smartphones before it, security pros need to proactively prepare for the mobile device's entry into the workplace.

38 Percent of IT Security Pros Don't Participate in Their Own BYOD Programs

And 28 percent of enterprises do nothing at all about mobile security, a recent Bitglass survey found.

87 Percent of Business, IT Pros Expect Mobile Payments Breaches to Grow

But 42 percent have used mobile payments this year regardless of the risks, a recent ISACA survey found.

Millions Infected by Malware in Apple App Store

The malware is capable of launching phishing attacks and stealing data from the user's clipboard.