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Zimperium solution nominated for ‘Most Disruptive Technology’ by the Telecom Council

Zimperium’s Mobile Threat Protection solution has been making waves in the industry for its capability to detect and protect mobile devices from advanced threats. Most recently, we showcased how zIPS protects Android devices from Stagefright vulnerability. Zimperium has been nominated for the San Andreas Award for ‘Most Disruptive Technology’  Telecom Council identified Zimperium’s solution as … Read More

The Biggest Splash at BlackHat and DEFCON 2015

For those attending BlackHat or DEFCON in Las Vegas this year, you will have the chance to be live at the unveiling of the worst Android vulnerability in the mobile OS history ! Joshua Drake (@jduck), a top Android researcher who is part of Zimperium’s zLabs team, discovered a unicorn in the world of Android risks. … Read More

Zimperium Takes on Mobile World Congress 2015

Next month Zimperium has the honor of presenting on the evolution of the mobile threat landscape at Mobile World Congress, March 2-5, in Barcelona, Spain. After a record 2014, we are excited to showcase our Mobile Threat Defense system for iOS and Android devices to event attendees! Be sure to visit Zimperium at any one … Read More

Does Your BYOD Policy Allow Bad Apps

BYOD policies enable economies of scale but also introduce vulnerabilities to the enterprise. Many employees unknowingly bring malicious apps to work compromising identities and enabling conduits for spies. But what is the effect of BYOD on enterprise security? What are the best-practice policies for organizations looking to embrace this new trend? Image Credit: ThinkStock Mobile … Read More

The Biggest Threat to Enterprises Comes on the Smallest Screen

Criminals may not have physical access to your device – but that won’t stop them from hacking your device remotely to steal sensitive and confidential data. The BYOD revolution is here to stay and enterprises need to adopt mobile security best practices that can help prevent cyberattacks like Shellshock, WireLurker, and now DoubleDirect. iOS and … Read More