Ben Lincoln says the company collects user names and passwords for Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Picasa and Photobucket, along with other data.
An AppSense survey found that 67 percent of UK employees don't comply with or don't know of any guidelines on the use of personal devices for work.
The malicious version of the popular game has been downloaded more than 10,000 times.
A Check Point Software report states that for 42 percent of respondents, such incidents cost more than $100,000.
Data security software maker McAfee seeks to make administrators' lives easier by integrating its ePolicy Orchestrator product.
The apps downloaded spyware that monitored the victim's SMS, call logs and location.
Both companies recently announced successful testing by the Defense Information Systems Agency.
And at least 7.1 million smartphones were irreparably damaged, lost, or stolen last year, according to Consumer Reports.
Infonetics predicts that the market will continue to grow rapidly, hitting $2.9 billion by 2017.