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Android Users Facing ‘Epic’ Security Threats Following Independent Release of Fortnite

Fortnite, the hugely popular online video game, recently confirmed rumours that it would be made available to Android device users, but with a catch. Already available on desktop, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and recently iOS, the free-to-play Battle Royale game will not be made available for players to download via the official Google Play […]

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Today’s mobile threat landscape

Much has changed in enterprise mobility since the launch of the iPhone ten years ago. Among other things, we've seen improvements in the underlying operating systems, better enterprise support and the emergence of mature mobility management platforms. But significant and persistent mobile threats remain. The whitepaper explains the nature of these threats and the steps every enterprise needs to take to protect sensitive information in an ever-connected world.
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By admin 20th August 2018

Android Users Facing ‘Epic’ Security Threats Following Independent Release of Fortnite

Fortnite, the hugely popular online video game, recently confirmed rumours that it would be made available to Android device users, but with a catch. Already available on desktop, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and recently iOS, the free-to-play Battle Royale game will not be made available for players to download via the official Google Play […]

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By admin 10th August 2018

Godzilla-sized Data Usage is Coming to a City Near You

Smartphone ownership and usage is at an all-time high, driven by expanding networks, reduced costs, and greater accessibility on a global scale. As a result of this mobile data usage is also rising rapidly, according to industry researchers at Ericsson. In their report published in June 2018, the IT giant looks at the statistics and […]

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By admin 27th July 2018

WhatsApp scams ‘Martinelli’ and ‘WhatsApp Gold’ – Do They Really Pose a Threat to Mobile Devices?

WhatsApp has become one of the most popular smartphone apps in the world with over 1.5 billion monthly users, however a recent report by Appthority has found that the instant messaging service is also one of the riskiest apps used by enterprises. Along with Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp is the most commonly blacklisted app in organizations […]

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By admin 20th July 2018

Corrata’s Article Round-Up: ‘Downloader’ Apps Infiltrate Official App Stores

Mobile malware researchers IBM X-Force have recently discovered dozens of apps uploaded onto the official Google Play Store that once downloaded are then used to install Trojan banking malware onto Android devices. These ‘downloader’ apps have been found to pose as online shopping apps, stock-market monitoring apps and a whole range of other services in order to avoid […]

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By admin 18th July 2018

Spyware attacks threaten BYOD policies

Following the emergence of the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook data sharing scandal earlier this year, the issue of understanding where and how our data is being accessed has become even more prominent for both individuals and organizations alike. This concern has especially increased for many companies operating Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, allowing employees […]

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By admin 8th June 2018

Travelling to the World Cup – beware Wi-Fi’s dangerous allure

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia on June 14th, with Saudi Arabia taking on the hosts in Moscow. Approximately 2.5 million tickets are sold for the month-long competition, with 53% of those being in the hands of fans from outside of Russia. After the initial excitement of the World Cup settles, every […]

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By admin 25th May 2018

The many faces of mobile phishing

Phishing is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as “the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.” Recently, this definition has begun to evolve as hackers move away from traditional phishing mediums like email, and towards […]

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By admin 20th August 2018

Android Users Facing ‘Epic’ Security Threats Following Independent Release of Fortnite

Fortnite, the hugely popular online video game, recently confirmed rumours that it would be made available to Android device users, but with a catch. Already available on desktop, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and recently iOS, the free-to-play Battle Royale game will not be made available for players to download via the official Google Play […]

Read more
By admin 10th August 2018

Godzilla-sized Data Usage is Coming to a City Near You

Smartphone ownership and usage is at an all-time high, driven by expanding networks, reduced costs, and greater accessibility on a global scale. As a result of this mobile data usage is also rising rapidly, according to industry researchers at Ericsson. In their report published in June 2018, the IT giant looks at the statistics and […]

Read more
By admin 27th July 2018

WhatsApp scams ‘Martinelli’ and ‘WhatsApp Gold’ – Do They Really Pose a Threat to Mobile Devices?

WhatsApp has become one of the most popular smartphone apps in the world with over 1.5 billion monthly users, however a recent report by Appthority has found that the instant messaging service is also one of the riskiest apps used by enterprises. Along with Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp is the most commonly blacklisted app in organizations […]

Read more