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

Millions impacted by infected Android Apps

Millions of Android users have been impacted recently by malware masquerading as a card game called Durak, an IQ test and a history app. The discovery was made by Avast security researcher, Flip Chytry. The malware contains fake ads that pop-up whenever an unsuspecting user unlocks their device. The ads warn users about fake issues … Read More

Cutting Through the Weekly Mobile Security Noise: The Weakest Link

In the world of cyber security there is no denying that we are only as strong as our weakest link. The main issue however is trying to predict which link is most likely to make a mistake and leave an organization vulnerable to a potential security breach. This week we saw the conversation focused on … Read More

Is the White House Coming Up Short on Cybersecurity…

As millions watched the State of the Union address on Tuesday night, I know many of us in the cyber industry were interested to see if, and how, cybersecurity would be addressed. The subject has finally hit the mainstream media, movies, magazines and now the national stage! This is a striking departure after long being … Read More