Security Limitations in Smartphones

  In our previous blog post, we wrote about what’s planned for 2014. Since we’re aiming to change the world of mobile security, maybe a good place to start is to describe the security limitations on smart devices. Like a computer, right? Often, people think that mobile device security is exactly like PC security. Oh … Read More

LinkedIn 0day Vulnerability Puts Your Data at Risk

Today, corporate networks and websites face varying degrees of cyber-threats – ranging from widespread well-publicized threats like the recent Heartbleed bug, to those that are less well-known, but just as damaging, like “Man-in-the-Middle” (MITM) attacks. The latter cyber-threat threats are network attacks that allow hackers to intercept users’ internet communication, steal sensitive data and even … Read More

Detection of TowelRoot & Exploits of CVE-2014-3153

Today we had the opportunity to see the engine of zIPS our Mobile IPS in action on a newly published vulnerability. As a reminder, we prefer complex problems, hence security on mobile devices is where we can think of out of the box ideas to solve security problems while still complying with smartphone rules and … Read More

How 2014 is going to be Z-Year

ZIMPERIUM recently announced a Series A fund-raising round of $8 Million. This will allow us to support all organizations demanding a change in current mobile security offerings; they are seeking advanced, next-generation security protection comparable to what you would expect in today’s sophisticated enterprise networks, but a solution which protects them everywhere the device goes. … Read More