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Pegasus Spyware Found on U.S. State Department iPhones

On December 3rd, Christopher Bing and Joseph Menn at Reuters disclosed that iPhones of numerous U.S. State Department employees were hacked by an unknown assailant using Pegasus spyware developed by the Israel-based NSO Group. While it may be easy to dismiss this as a geopolitical or nation-state incident, it would […]

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5 Steps to Stronger K-12 Chromebook Security

As a second installment related to October’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we wanted to highlight the fact that we’re two months into the new school year and focus on the mobile security implications of both the hybrid and in-person models that educational institutions are grappling with protecting.  While so many educators, […]

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The Evolution of Mobile Specific Phishing

Over the last few months, the Zimperium zLabs team has been actively monitoring the rise in phishing attacks and some new data started to stand out. While phishing has predominantly been device-agnostic, meaning it did not rely on or change based on the operating system or device type, a trend […]

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Pegasus Spyware Resurfaces with Newly Revealed Zero-Click Vulnerability

On September 13, The Citizen Lab revealed new research surrounding the Pegasus spyware campaign, presenting further details around their discovery of a zero-click vulnerability targeting Apple devices across the entire endpoint ecosystem. In response to the disclosure, Apple has released security updates for all their devices from mobile to desktop. […]

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Zimperium Announces Government User Group

The modern public sector organization faces an increasingly sophisticated array of cyber threats, putting critical data and infrastructure constantly at risk. The recently distributed workforce only increases these threat vectors, especially with the implementation and adoption of mobile endpoints. Whether the agency has adopted bring your own device (BYOD), government […]

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IDC Research Validates Mobile Endpoints Are Under Attack

Mobile security is critical to supporting the modern workspace and Zero Trust If there was one thing that has been said more than anything over the past year it’s that the corporate environment has changed. This distributed workforce shift we have experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic has forced growth […]

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Combating Pegasus with Zimperium and ZecOps

In light of the latest leaked data highlighting the Pegasus spyware and its use in targeting thousands of individuals around the world, it is time to address the elephant in the room. Mobile endpoint security is a critical component of our digital lives, both for work and personal. But the […]

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