With 1 billion more mobile connections in the world than there are people in the world, it’s fair to say most people have a mobile device. Certainly, Zimperium works with clients in the public sector and the private sector, in countries and on continents around the globe, with organizations in every major industry, and with … Read More
Posts in "Mobile Threat Defense"
5 Must-Have Sections For Every Enterprise Mobile Security RFP – Must-Have #2: In-Depth Risk Analysis
Our second webinar in our series of “The 5 Must-Have Sections for Every Enterprise Mobile Security Request For Proposal (RFP)” looks at In-Depth Risk Analysis, and took place on June 26, 2019. Mobile devices are subject to risks that other enterprise endpoints are not. Mobile devices are now the de facto platform for productivity in … Read More
Researcher: Chilik Tamir (@_coreDump) Recently, Zimperium blogged about the new WhatsApp vulnerability disclosed by Facebook on May 13th. This vulnerability was reportedly exploited in the wild, and it was designated as CVE-2019-3568. A previous post by Zimperium gave some preliminary information about the vulnerability, impacted WhatsApp products, an alleged exploit and how Zimperium could … Read More
Zimperium’s Compliance Webinar Series: CCPA Compliance for Mobile Devices – The 60% of Endpoints Often Unprotected
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been characterized as “the beginning of America’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),” and its aim is to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California. Businesses subject to CCPA must meet strict requirements relating to their use of personally identifiable consumer data. Mobile devices and applications … Read More
They say it happens in threes. This time, the three are: Flipboard, the social sharing site and news aggregator, reset millions of user passwords after hackers gained access to its systems several times over a nine-month period; Developer platform Stack Overflow earlier this month confirmed a breach involving “a very small number” of user … Read More