Zimperium Partners with SmarTone to Offer ST Protect Service

We’re proud to announce that we’ve partnered with SmarTone, a leading wireless communications carrier based in Hong Kong. SmarTone is working with Zimperium to give their customers world-class mobile protection with ST Protect anti-cyberattack software. Delivered via a single app service, Android and iPhone users alike are safeguarded against Wi-Fi attacks, malicious apps, malware, and … Read More

Mobile Banking Apps Are a Valuable Asset

Mobile banking is a killer mobile app. We can now easily move money from one account to another to pay bills, credit vendors and send cash to friends and family. In previous years these transactions required tellers, checks and nightly batch runs in the bank’s back office. Now with the ubiquity of mobile banking, customers … Read More

Privacy vs. Security

If you think about it, practically every type of security product in the market provides security through surveillance. Surveillance is the act of keeping a close watch over someone or something in order to prevent or detect. In law enforcement it’s looking for crime but in an IT sense it’s monitoring for cyber activity. Either … Read More

Zimperium Named ‘Most Innovative Cybersecurity Company’ by Cybersecurity Excellence Awards

While our team is proud of every accolade we’ve received, it is especially humbling to be honored by a group of our cybersecurity professional peers. That is why we’re thrilled to announce that Zimperium was voted Most Innovative Cybersecurity Company in the 2016 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. The awards program is produced in cooperation with the … Read More

Zimperium Applauds Google’s Rapid Response to Unpatched Kernel Exploit

On March 15th, Zimperium’s zIPS Mobile Threat Protection solution identified a zero-day mobile attack and its zLabs research team immediately reported the exploit to the Android Security Team. The reported attack is delivered via a publicly-available rooting application, KingRoot, using an unpatched local elevation of privilege vulnerability in the kernel reported as CVE-2015-1805. Affected devices are … Read More