Friday, May 17, 2013Pentagon approves devices running Apple iOS6 The U.S. Defense Department okays government-owned handsets and tablets running the operating system, along with BlackBerry and Samsung's Knox
Thursday, April 25, 2013Lost client data not encrypted: IIROC Device which contained the personal information of some 52,000 brokerage firm customers was password protected but the data itself was not encrypted
Monday, September 17, 2012Analysis: Reducing BYOD Risks Andreas Baumhof, CTO of ThreatMetrix, a California-based vendor of IT security products and services, writes about how to maximize the potential of BYOD while minimizing risks
Monday, January 30, 2012Bloggers on Android malware: 'Move along' BLOGOSPHERE Bloggers aren't pleased with media's reporting on Android.Counterclank 'malware'
Thursday, February 03, 2011What security technology will be hot at RSA 2011? Encryption, cloud and mobile security to take centre stage at RSA’s 20th anniversary conference
Wednesday, October 27, 2010Juniper rolls out smart phone security suite Junos Pulse Mobile Security Suite aims to protect mobile devices from security threats
Wednesday, June 23, 2010iPhones, iPads in the enterprise: 5 security views 'Without some extremely close attention paid to security around this critical infrastructure sector,' says one Canadian, 'we can definitely be assured that some huge data losses will result.'
Tuesday, February 19, 2008Alcatel-Lucent launches European Laptop Guardian The combination network card/ignition key renders the laptop useless to all but the holder; 'Without this, the laptop is an expensive paperweight,' a security GM says
Monday, March 26, 2007Symantec offers security software for Windows Mobile Symantec Corp. is set to dramatically expand its mobile security offerings this week, adding VPN (virtual private network), data encryption, antispam and other features
Thursday, March 01, 2007Mobile doubts slow adoption Uncertainty about how to secure mobile phones in the face of increasing threats is slowing enterprise adoption of mobile applications, experts exhibiting at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona last month said
Thursday, September 14, 2006Mobile specs arrive too late News that a set of cell phone security specifications have been drawn up and are set to be officially unveiled next month looks good on the surface, but IT managers shouldn’t confuse this with any kind of immediate remedy to their mobility-related maladies.
Thursday, January 19, 2006Bringing mobility under broad security umbrella Most companies have done a good job of addressing the most pressing near-term wireless security issues, which are mainly at the network and authentication levels.
Sunday, May 29, 2005Mobile industry moves to clean up its act Two U.S.-based mobile industry groups are trying to rein in a Wild West market for cell-phone downloads, publishing a set of "best practices" for selling content such as ringtones, daily messages and screen backgrounds.
Thursday, February 17, 2005Senforce enforces client security wisely Senforce Technologies Inc.’s enterprise mobile security manager (EMSM) is a centrally managed platform for creating and deploying very granular access control policies to both local and remote users. EMSM goes well beyond checking to see whether the client’s antivirus is up to date. It focuses on enforcing security policies based on location, disabling remote storage devices, wireless adapters, and even specific IP services on the client, based on whether it is connecting wired or wirelessly, or via a trusted or untrusted network.
Wednesday, December 08, 2004Trend Micro gives away mobile antivirus software Trend Micro Inc. will become the latest major antivirus software company to provide protection against mobile phone viruses, with new antivirus and antispam software for mobile phones running the Microsoft Corp. Windows Mobile and Symbian Ltd.'s operating systems.
Sunday, December 05, 2004Trend Micro gives away mobile antivirus software Becomes the latest major antivirus software company to provide protection against mobile phone viruses, with new antivirus and antispam software for mobile phones running the Microsoft Corp. Windows Mobile and Symbian Ltd.'s operating systems.