The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Jacob Hoffman-Andrews says AT&T and Sprint may be using similar headers as well.
That's true despite the fact that a third of healthcare employees work outside the office or clinic at least once a week, according to Forrester.
A photo published in a Brazilian newspaper clearly showed the network's SSID and password.
Columbia University's Jason Nieh and Nicolas Viennot found thousands of secret keys being stored in app software.
The file management and optimization app is capable of sending SMS messages to premium rate numbers without the user's consent.
The admin capabilities of a mobile security management solution from Marble Security impressed reviewer Matt Sarrel.
Most mobile security solutions utilize a traditional endpoint management approach, but not the cloud security service provided by startup Armor5.
The market exceeded $1 billion in 2013, according to Infonetics.
43 percent of North American enterprise employees have accessed sensitive corporate data on their personal devices while on unsecured public networks.
The malware was found in six different wallpaper apps, each of which had been downloaded between 100 and 500 times.