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Neohapsis Partners with Mocana to Ease and Secure Global Mobility Deployments

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Neohapsis, the trusted provider of mobile and cloud security services, and enterprise mobile security leader Mocana today announced a new partnership to help corporations rapidly identify and mitigate app security risks in global mobility deployments. Under the

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Security expert identifies targeted attack utilizing malware for Android devices

April 15, 2013 — IDG News Service — Kaspersky Lab has detected a new targeted attack against Uyghur activists which, for the first time, is based on a malicious program for Android-based mobile devices. The attack is designed and performed

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NQ Mobile: Continues To Execute And Will Burn The Shorts

NQ Mobile (NQ) is the leading global SaaS provider of mobile security and productivity solutions for smartphones. NQ’s mobile security services protect users from the rapidly increasing problems of mobile malware, data theft, and privacy intrusion. A report released on

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Mobile malware threats rise 163% in 2012

CBR Staff Writer Published 16 April 2013 95% of attacks aimed at Android devices. Mobile malware threats have surged 163% during 2012 to over 65,000, according to a new security report from NQ Mobile. According to the report, app repackaging

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Security Firm NQ Mobile Looks to Stem Rising Tide of Mobile Malware

In 2011, NQ Mobile, China’s biggest mobile phone security company, found some 25,000 pieces of malware targeted at mobile devices. In 2012, it discovered more than 65,000. A dramatic increase. Terrifying, too, when you think about how prominent a role

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Android devices with malware infections tripled last year

Android looks like its the OS of choice for malware developers, with mobile security vendor NQ finding that Android devices infected with malware grew exponentially last year alone.     NQ found that Android devices with malware infections grew from

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4 Mobile Security Predictions to Help CIOs Plan for the Future

CIO – Few things can keep CIOs up at night these days like mobility, particularly bring your own device (BYOD). After all, mobile, consumerization of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) are turning enterprise security models on their heads. Privacy implications–let alone

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4 Mobile Security Predictions to Help CIOs Plan for the Future

CIO – Few things can keep CIOs up at night these days like mobility, particularly bring your own device (BYOD). After all, mobile, consumerization of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) are turning enterprise security models on their heads. Privacy implications–let alone

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Mobile Malware grows massively, Android targeted most

There will be many of us that have some kind of security software installed onto our computers especially if its running Windows, but this is not often the case with our smartphones that are now like mini PCs in our

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Android infections tripled in 2012, "Bill Shocker" costliest mobile malware ever

Android has become an increasingly popular target for malware authors, a recent report (pdf) by NQ Mobile indicates. The security firm claims that it discovered over 65,000 types of malware — more than double the amount from 2011 — and bills

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