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McAfee Secure Enterprise Mobility solutions respect both IT and user requirements for control and convenience. Our scalable offerings respond to users’ needs as those users shift from consumers to corporate employees — and back again. IT gains governance over users’ devices, regardless of ownership, to ensure that enterprises can protect the device, the data on the device, and the corporate network, while respecting the employee’s privacy when the device is used for personal purposes.
With data and device protection for today’s most popular mobile devices, including Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and Android, McAfee provides a complete and scalable security solution that embraces device diversity. Enterprises can offer employees mobile device choice, while delivering secure and easy access to mobile corporate applications.
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Topics : Mobile Security
Topics : Mobile Security
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Tinder is a kind of modern day ‘Hot or Not’ mobile dating app. It finds matches based on location, then lets you scroll through pictures (no lengthy profiles here), picking those that catch your eye – and vetoing the ones that don’t. The app works by accessing users’ Facebook accounts to pull pictures and other […]
From kidnapping family photos, to risky new apps and a teen jailed for a Facebook post, the conversation on family safety online is cooking this month. Here’s a wrap up of several stories. Also, we’ve covered the Heartbleed virus extensively on this blog lately. Please do not forget to change your passwords (and have […]
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By now, you have probably heard about the Heartbleed bug, estimated to affect up to two-thirds of all websites using the OpenSSL encryption protocol to protect usernames, passwords, credit and debit card numbers, and other sensitive information. Whether hackers have previously been taking advantage of this bug is still unknown, but now is the time […]
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Mobile banking Trojans have usually pretended to be security applications (for example, Zitmo) or legitimate banking apps (FakeToken or FkSite a.k.a. Perkele) to trick users into installing the malware. These apps steal incoming SMS messages that could contain mTANs (Mobile Transaction Authentication Numbers) used as two-factor authentication to allow Internet transactions. Now, however, it seems that […]
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One man’s trash is another man’s new identity? Yes, because that “junk mail” you toss in the garbage contains valuable data about yourself. A crook bent on identity theft can potentially have a field day with your discarded pre-approved credit card applications, bank statements, etc. Using a paper shredder before throwing out letters and documents […]
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