** Update ** According to multiple reports, including Bloomberg (August 1) – “The alleged mastermind behind the July 15 hack of Twitter accounts of business titans, celebrities and a former president didn’t need sophisticated hacking tools to pierce the company’s security system. Rather, he convinced an information technology employee at Twitter that he was a … Read More
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Zimperium today announced that Ed Carter has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer. Leveraging more than 20 years of leadership experience, Ed will play a strategic role in accelerating Zimperium’s industry-leading growth and expansion by leading all global sales and channels. “We are excited to welcome Ed to the Zimperium team,” said Shridhar Mittal, … 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
It is no longer a matter of if or when an enterprise’s mobile endpoints are at risk of being attacked – – they already are; that according to findings in our “State of Enterprise Mobile Security” Report for 2019. Our research shows 100% of organizations protecting their mobile endpoints with Zimperium have detected and prevented … Read More
Mobile security has certainly seen its fair share of headlines in 2019 prompting individuals and enterprises to realize mobile devices are another endpoint – like laptops and computers – in need of protecting. I thought it would be fun to look back at some of those stories that helped propel mobile security into the forefront … Read More