900 million Android devices are deemed a high security risk by the discovery of “Quadrooter”, a mobile security flaw in all Android phones and tablets with a Qualcomm chipset. Quadrooter originates in a set of four vulnerabilities affecting Android devices with the Qualcomm chip. If any of these vulnerabilities are exploited, the attacker would be able to gain root privileges into the device and have complete access. Quadrooter could provide the hacker with access to keylogging, location tracking, and recording messages, even worse, unrestricted privileges to enterprise data.
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As corporations are embracing mobility for business, mobile devices are vulnerable to advanced cyber attacks exposing back end systems and corporate mobile data. Better Threat Defense is a lightweight agent that provides continuous monitoring on device. With unique on device remediation, devices can quickly return to normal operation before damage is done. Learn More
Remotely Manage Mobile Devices
Enterprises have deployed mobile devices in the field and need to perform remote diagnosis of the devices before they are shipped for repair. BETTER iOS Configurator provides enterprises a simple and efficient way to control the iOS updates, remotely diagnose the devices, cut shipping cost, and reduce the impact to business. Learn more
Analyzing app behavior is a crucial step in understanding the risks it introduces to a corporate environment. This process takes time and skills. Using BETTER’s App Analyzer, administrators and developers can find security flaws, data privacy gaps, and generate a risk-based assessment of all behaviors and vulnerabilities before publishing the apps. Learn More
With the growth of enterprise mobility, CISOs are faced with the task if EMM alone is enough to safeguard their company data from the increasing risk of mobile attacks. For many companies, EMM translates to Mobile Device Management. There is an underlying misconception that EMM means mobile security, but as Gartner has recently defined in their updated research “How to Go Beyond EMM to Ensure Secure Enterprise Mobility”, EMM is just part of the approach to securing mobile devices. Read More
Pokemon Go has taken the mobile world by storm with its release only a week ago. The nostalgia has taken off as it is already the biggest US mobile game ever. Unfortunately, with immense popularity, the one thing people seem to ignore is security.
With so much activity happening around Pokémon Go, cybercriminals have taken note of the hype and created various scams and trojans that are reportedly infecting the devices. Read More
A new strand of malware has been discovered on Android devices to steal information and data. Once infected, devices begin to perform erratically and can act like users have clicked on ads for no reason. Originally thought of as a variation of the Shedun malware family, HummingBad is indeed an original baddy, and one that has seen increased amount of infections since May. Read More