All posts tagged: mobile attacks

Securing Our Mobile Banking App

I recently talked with Julian Hall, senior vice president of enterprise architecture and application development at Security Service Federal Credit Union, to discuss what steps he and his team took in securing his credit union’s digital channels. Julian has more than 30 years of software industry experience and has been […]

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3 Reasons Mobile App Security Should be a Top Priority

There is a reasonable chance you are reading this blog using an app on a mobile device. As of 2019, 53% of all internet traffic was from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets (and growing). And if you are reading this on a smartphone app, then it’s a near-certainty […]

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A Deeper Dive into Phishing Attacks

written and researched by Nicolás Chiaraviglio and Santiago A. Rodriguez As mentioned in our blog post on mobile phishing, there are different types of phishing attacks. Here, we’ll dig deeper into the different types that exist. Moreover, we’ll take a look at phishing kits, a tool that allows non-technical scammers […]

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Top 5 Mobile Security Stories of 2019

Mobile security has certainly seen its fair share of headlines in 2019 prompting individuals and enterprises to realize mobile devices are another endpoint – like laptops and computers – in need of protecting. I thought it would be fun to look back at some of those stories that helped propel […]

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How to Increase your Mobile Device Security with MobileIron MTD (Powered by Zimperium)

To alleviate all user adoption issues and provide complete mobile security, MobileIron has integrated Zimperium’s technology directly into the MobileIron agent. Known as “MobileIron Threat Defense,” this enables unparalleled on-device detection and remediation of mobile threats. Since 2007, MobileIron has been the leader in mobile enterprise security. Its mobile-centric, zero […]

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Top Three Mobile Phishing Lures: #1) Email

According to a SecurityWeek article, “With over 66% of emails first opened on a mobile device and email arguably the first point of attack for a phishing actor, unprotected emails on a mobile device can easily turn into a new avenue for attack.”  Furthermore, it’s not just corporate email that […]

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