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In April, Android users were attacked by a new viral threat that swept the UK and infected phones by the thousand. Called FluBot, it spread by sending phishing messages via SMS texts.
Award-winning mobile security outfit Traced, headquartered in Oxford, UK, has launched a brand new Partner Program.
The human-actionable defences against phishing that we take for granted on a desktop aren’t available on a mobile.
The data is in, and it doesn’t look good: mobile devices are a primary target for online criminals.
You might spot a phishing email on your computer, but it’s much harder on your phone. Why is mobile phishing so successful, and how can you protect yourself?
A data breach can cost your organisation heavily in fines, reputation, lost customers, but Mobile Threat Defense protects your remote workforce from data theft and loss?