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NCCoE Issues New Guide for Deploying Zero Trust Architectures

The NCCoE has released the “Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture” that outlines how teams can employ commercially available technology to establish zero trust implementations that are interoperable and standards-based. Zimperium was selected by the NCCoE to work on this project. We’re honored to be collaborating with the NCCoE and other technology providers to help advance the knowledge and guidance available in this critical area.

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The Security Gaps Left by EDR and How MTD Can Help

Take a look at the emerging threats and uncover the shortcomings of enterprise detection and response (EDR) solutions in addressing these threats. Read on to learn why mobile threat defense (MTD) solutions represent a critical requirement for today’s enterprises.

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NCCoE’s Latest Guidelines for BYOD Security and Privacy

NIST’s NCCoE released a draft cybersecurity practice guide, NIST SP 1800-22, Mobile Device Security: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), to help organizations manage the security and privacy aspects of personally owned mobile devices that access organizational information assets. Find out how Zimperium has helped contribute to this project.

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MoneyMonger: Predatory Loan Scam Campaigns Move to Flutter

The Zimperium zLabs team recently discovered a Flutter application with malicious code. The Flutter-obfuscated malware campaign, MoneyMonger, is solely distributed through third-party app stores and sideloaded onto the victim’s Android device and most commonly take advantage of social engineering through phishing messages, compromised websites, rogue WiFi networks, and social media to distribute the download links. Read more to learn how Zimperium customers are protected.

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Schoolyard Bully Trojan Facebook Credential Stealer

Zimperium zLabs has discovered a new Android threat campaign, the Schoolyard Bully Trojan, which has been active since 2018 and has spread to over 300,000 victims and is specifically targeting Facebook credentials. To learn more about this new threat, read more on our blog.

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