A sensible approach to mobile security is rooted in a clear identification of what needs protection.
Two new iPhones have been announced. According to Apple's presentation, the most common way to secure a device is with a passcode and about half of smartphone users do not use a passcode.
SpydrSafe 2.0 integrates with and leverages iOS 7’s new native application management capabilities.
ZixCorp announced commercial availability of ZixOne, a mobile email app that solves the key IT challenge created by the BYOD trend.
A group of researchers from Indiana University and Microsoft Research have recently published a paper detailing the risk of cross-origin attacks on two of the most popular mobile operating systems today - iOS and Android - and have introduced an origin-based protection mechanism of their own design.
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