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Monthly Archives: July 2016

BlackBerry DTEK50 Launches As ‘World’s Most Secure Android Smartphone,’ But Is It Too Late For BlackBerry? [Video]

BlackBerry is taking another jab at the smartphone market, launching the “world’s most secure” Android smartphone — the DTEK50. While it doesn’t exactly have the catchiest name, the BlackBerry DTEK50 does seem like a promising smartphone and it has an

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Pokemon Go: is it a BYOD security nightmare? – TechRepublic

Niantic Labs continues to improve on the security of Pokemon Go, but that doesn’t mean the risks are gone. Server hacks, permissions being secretly granted, and malware-infested clone apps are all out there. BYOD offices need to be prepared for

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Sponsor: The right way to scan for viruses

Protecting your computer, laptop, tablet and smartphone is more important than it ever has been before. As fun as the internet is, it’s also crawling with bad links that can infect your devices with various types of malware. And, more

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Proliferation of Pokémon Go Gamers Boosts Security Threats to Enterprises

NEWS ANALYSIS: While there’s nothing wrong with Nintendo’s Pokémon Go game itself, its popularity and number of crazed users raise the threat level significantly as vulnerabilities expand. By now you’ve heard the chaos that accompanies Nintendo’s wildly popular augmented-reality game,

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BlackBerry announces its new Android smartphone; says it is the ‘world’s most secure phone

Maria Victoria Quiroz | Jul 30, 2016 11:10 AM EDT Blackberry Unveils It’s New Operation System And Phone (Photo : Mario Tama/Getty Images) BlackBerry launched its addition to its Android smartphone, the DTEK50. Unlike other smartphone, this new device features

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iPhones Are Safer than Android, but Still Have Malware Problems

How to Minimize the Impact of BYOD and Improve Security Last week, I talked about Pokemon Go and security problems, one of which is a Google-related flaw for iOS users, which has been addressed and hopefully fixed. That’s the good

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How are mobile threats impacting businesses? – Infosecurity Magazine

The explosive growth of mobile endpoints in the workplace has caused concern for IT teams since day one. After all, mobile devices are easily lost or stolen, and it’s difficult to keep employees from logging into unsecure networks once they’re

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Mobile Malware Threat Grows As HummingBad Infection Reaches …

The latest ‘Threat Index‘ from security specialists Check Point makes for grim reading, especially for Android users, with warnings that HummingBad has returned to the overall top-three threats across all platforms, and has now infected a staggering 85 million devices globally.

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Exclusive: Future Camera update will add more photo grid options and a handy toggle

At the moment, the default Google camera app allows a staggering one option for a helpful photo grid: on or off. As happy as we are that it’s there at all (if you’re wondering, it’s very good for getting a

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Checking the Delivery Date on That Android Update

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