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

The Biggest Threat to Enterprises Comes on the Smallest Screen

Criminals may not have physical access to your device – but that won’t stop them from hacking your device remotely to steal sensitive and confidential data. The BYOD revolution is here to stay and enterprises need to adopt mobile security best practices that can help prevent cyberattacks like Shellshock, WireLurker, and now DoubleDirect. iOS and … Read More

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 boy, … Read More