Digital security provider FireEye is rolling out Mobile Threat Prevention, a cloud-based platform built to address cyber-threats targeting devices running Google's Android mobile operating system.
Samsung Electronics reached an agreement to integrate NQ Mobile's NQSky mobile device management platform into its Knox mobile enterprise security software.
Mobile security software firm Lookout has raised $55 million in strategic funding from investors including Deutsche Telekom, Qualcomm Ventures, Greylock Partners and Mithril Capital Management. Existing investors Accel Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures and Khosla Ventures also participated in the round, which nearly matches the $75 million in funding Lookout has raised since launching in 2007.
Close to half of North American companies do not have a data governance policy in place, even though 82 percent face external regulatory requirements for stored data, according to a survey of 454 organizations in 11 industries by Rand Worldwide.
More than half of mobile users are comfortable using biometrics as a security measure to prevent unauthorized access to their mobile devices, according to a survey of 1,000 U.S. adults by Zogby Poll on behalf of PayPal and the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Unisys is launching its Stealth for Mobile product, enabling enterprises to safeguard employees' smartphones and tablets against cybersecurity attacks and hacking threats.
Fixmo is partnering with SteelCloud to launch the Fixmo Enterprise Mobility Platform for Hosters, a secure enterprise mobility offering optimized for hosted service providers looking to expand their services to Apple's iOS and Google's Android platforms.
Only 18 percent of enterprises include cloud provisions in their security policy, yet close to half use cloud computing on a regular basis, according to a survey of 9,600 executives from around the world.
LG Electronics is rolling out Gate, an enterprise-grade technologies package that enables professional users to securely access corporate work resources from any location using their personal Android smartphone.
For the first time, the topic of mobile security has been added to the agenda of the annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month, running ten years this month.