Zimperium and VMware Partner to Deliver Mobile Threat Data into VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence

As the global leader in mobile device and app security, Zimperium is excited to announce that we have joined the VMware Workspace ONE Trust Network. As part of this network, we will be leveraging VMware’s newly announced API to provide mobile threat data directly into VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence.    VMware Workspace ONE Trust Network The … Read More

How to Increase your Mobile Device Security with MobileIron MTD (Powered by Zimperium)

To alleviate all user adoption issues and provide complete mobile security, MobileIron has integrated Zimperium’s technology directly into the MobileIron agent. Known as “MobileIron Threat Defense,” this enables unparalleled on-device detection and remediation of mobile threats. Since 2007, MobileIron has been the leader in mobile enterprise security. Its mobile-centric, zero trust approach goes beyond traditional … Read More

Protecting Your Mobile Devices with Workspace ONE and Zimperium MTD

In order to help organizations of all sizes proactively protect employees and data from mobile threats, Zimperium has partnered with the leading UEM (unified endpoint management) providers, including VMware’s Workspace ONE, to deliver sophisticated threat protection for mobile devices. We are able to detect threats and work with UEMs to remediate risks and enforce policies. … Read More

Security and Privacy Issues Found in Popular Travel Apps

Planned your holiday travel just yet? Too soon? Not according to experts who told The Today Show the best time to book your Thanksgiving AND Christmas travel plans are before Halloween. After Halloween, fares go up, layover possibilities increase as does ending up in the middle seat.  The truth is, whenever you book travel – … Read More

Zimperium Analysis of checkm8

Can you explain what checkm8 is?  On Friday, September 27th 2019, a security researcher known as @axi0mX publicly disclosed a vulnerability together with a working exploit called checkm8 (read “checkmate”). This permanent and unpatchable exploit leverages a vulnerability in Apple’s bootrom (read-only code; SecureROM), the initial and critical part in the secure boot chain. Every … Read More