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One iPhone In Every Large Company Infected With Malware
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paulno
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paulno,
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7/6/2016 | 11:38:26 AM
Companies control but they must inform as well
The problem is that we can't control everything users do with their mobile. Reality is that people keep on downloading dozens and dozens of apps from anywhere, especially on profesionnal phones as they consider it's safer than on their own one :). You know, they didn't buy it... And nearly 100% of them think, but I understand this, app stores like Play or Itunes are completely safe and then they can trust anything coming from there. It's necessary to install security solutions of course but company MUST also prevent wrong comportments and inform their employees.
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RyanSepe,
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6/30/2016 | 1:10:56 PM
MDM
Have MDM solutions been effective in reducing threats to corporate mobile devices or not really?
JamesP485
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JamesP485,
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6/30/2016 | 11:18:18 AM
Which malware variants?
The malware infection stats are interesting (and perhaps provocative), but it's both helpful and important to know which variants are "thriving in the wild" so that the methods of infection can be investigated and addressed. It might also be useful to include regional information insofar as a great deal of mobile malware has a specific "geographic focus" that can be relevant, as well.


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