The world has changed and we all know it. Mobile operations are at the forefront of every organization and so is mobile security. We’ve all seen attacks as simple as malicious apps, SMS phishing and man-in-the-middle attacks; to the more challenging, such as elevation of privileges, exfiltration of data and command and control manipulation. What … Read More
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I had the pleasure of recently conducting a timely webinar on the Top Five Ways to Secure All Remote Workers with two executives from our partners at Microsoft – – Dave Randall, Senior Program Manager of Endpoint Manager, and Aasawari Navathe, Program Manager. The world changed overnight Even before the pandemic, it’s surprising how quickly … Read More
Zimperium Partners with ZecOps to Deliver the Only Integrated Mobile Threat Defense and Automated Digital Forensics Solution
Integration extends Zimperium solution to include ZecOps’ automated agentless Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) capabilities Our new strategic partnership with ZecOps, the leading agentless automated Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) company, provides Zimperium customers with the only comprehensive mobile detection, forensics and incident response solution delivering the following capabilities and benefits: Protection against … Read More
Recently, two vulnerabilities were disclosed in the default iOS Mail application that have existed since 2012 (iOS 6). According to the disclosing company, ZecOps, both vulnerabilities allow remote code execution capabilities and enable an attacker to remotely infect a device. ZecOps has also reported that both vulnerabilities were triggered in-the-wild against high-value targets. Apple confirmed … Read More
Eight months ago, the Zimperium research team (zLabs) disclosed to Qualcomm two kernel vulnerabilities affecting all Android devices with Qualcomm chipsets. These vulnerabilities, combined with other vulnerabilities previously discovered by zLabs (CVE-2017-13253, CVE-2018-9411 and CVE-2018-9539) could allow a malicious app which was not given any permissions to achieve full root capabilities. The potential negative impact … Read More