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  • Unmanaged Apple devices are a liability for corporations

    25.08.2015

    While people widely use Apple devices for work, lack of security and management of those devices exposes companies to significant liabilities, according to a new survey by Dimensional Research.

  • Risky mobile behaviors are prevalent in the government

    24.08.2015

    Mobile devices are extremely prevalent in federal agencies, even within those that purport to have policies prohibiting the use of them.

  • Getting BYOD right

    07.08.2015

    According to a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab in conjunction with B2B International, around half of the consumers surveyed also use their devices for work.

  • The state of the mobile ecosystem

    05.08.2015

    At Black Hat USA 2015, Appthority released their second Q2 2015 Enterprise Mobile Threat Report, for which their researchers analyzed security and risky behaviors in three million apps and assessed how these risks are impacting enterprise environments.

  • Employees embrace BYOD, but still worry about privacy

    15.07.2015

    The findings of a new survey from Tyntec, based on responses from Spain, the UK and US, reveal sluggish adoption of BYOD policies by organizations, while its employees voice strong privacy concerns and preference on device usage.




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