Mobile security in healthcare is more important now than it ever has been.
With the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, and the Internet of Things in the workplace, the number of ways an attacker could harvest personal health information has skyrocketed.Read More
Have you ever logged into a website or an app with your Facebook login information?
You were able to do this because that site or app used a Facebook API.
While APIs are convenient, small coding errors can mean enormous risks.Read More
What do all of these digital communications have in common?
They’re all ways that your business data can get into the wrong hands.Read More
Microsoft took the unusual step to release a critical security update for unsupported operating systems, including Windows XP and Server 2003.Read More
As more devices connect to your network, the more your organization opens itself up for an attack through one of its many endpoints.
One way to solve that is through implementing a unified endpoint management strategy.Read More
Most people—83%—think their organization is at risk from mobile threats, according to Verizon’s Mobile Security Index 2019 report.
Mobile threats are growing more quickly than other threats—especially in financial services, which is the least confident about mobile security, as well as the most likely industry to cut corners.Read More
With smartphone adoption and usage soaring, it’s no wonder that financial institutions are developing mobile apps to better serve their customers.
However, security is still a big concern in this area.
“The quantity and severity of the vulnerabilities discovered across [mobile apps in the financial services industry] clearly identify a systemic problem,” according to a new report. That problem is “a widespread absence of application security controls and secure coding.”Read More
You probably have a smartphone.
You’re probably taking calls, instant messaging with colleagues, checking email and social media, and letting your significant other when you’ll be home from work.
All of these activities sound inherently harmless, but your mobile device is a key gateway for cybercriminals to access critical information about you and your business.Read More
The number of connected devices is expected to balloon to more than 75 billion by 2025, a fivefold increase from 2015.
This explosion, which has been called BYOD on steroids, will have a significant impact on enterprise networks in the form of what’s being called shadow IoT.Read More