Introducing SandBlast Mobile: comprehensive mobile threat protection

 
Just how susceptible are mobile devices to attacks in enterprise environments? It’s safe to say that mobile cyberattacks beset every business. For 12 months, Check Point analyzed data from 850 companies around the world, and discovered some surprising insights: 100% of the organizations had at least one mobile malware attack The average number of mobile malware attacks was 54 89% of the companies experienced at least one man-in-the-middle attack 75% had an average of 35 jailbroken or rooted devices, a state that leaves devices completely vulnerable to attacks, since the process strips away all built-in security provided by iOS and Android It takes only one breached ...

Survey: Enterprise security pros doubtful they can prevent mobile breaches

 
At least once a week – usually after pounding on my iPhone to access a business document, texting a family member, and calling a colleague on another continent, all in a matter of minutes – I’m reminded how complete the shift to mobile computing has been. It’s hard imagining what it was like working without our trusted smartphones and tablets. Mobile devices are indeed critical to getting work done in 2017. They are also treasure troves of personal and business data. And there are threat actors out there who want to get their hands on that data. We learned long ago to secure our PCs from cyberattacks, but it’s puzzling why most businesses still fail to secure employees’ ...

Gartner Recognizes the Importance of Mobile Threat Defense

 
HummingBad. Stagefright. QuadRooter. Mobile malware and vulnerabilities have been making headlines well over the past year, and attacks are becoming a more common way for cybercriminals to steal sensitive data. We believe this trend – one that our research team encounters daily – is illustrated in the Gartner Market Guide for Mobile Threat Defense Solutions.* This rise in the sophistication and volume of mobile malware and continued exposure to unknown vulnerabilities demonstrates how Android and iOS devices simply aren’t secure on their own. The Mobile Threat Defense Market is Growing Rapidly Mobile malware and vulnerabilities aren’t all that different than their cousins ...