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September 30, 2016
In part two of his interview with SearchSecurity, MobileIron's James Plouffe talks about his role as a technical consultant on 'Mr. Robot' and how the show achieves its authenticity.
September 29, 2016
A new report from MobileIron shows enterprises aren't taking mobile threats seriously enough. MobileIron's James Plouffe explains what that is and what's to be done about it.
March 21, 2016
Researchers have developed a Stagefright exploit, which could mean hundreds of millions of Android devices are at risk, despite mitigations and an available patch.
November 10, 2015
Bluebox Security unveiled a troubling study on mobile application threats and also introduced a new product to protect consumer apps on employee-owned devices.
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The Android Trojan Triada has the ability to replace a device's system functions with its own. Expert Michael Cobb explains how to mitigate the effects of this serious threat. Continue Reading
A vulnerability in the AirDroid device manager app left users at risk of phone hijacking. Expert Michael Cobb explains how the exploit works, and what can be done to prevent it. Continue Reading
A vulnerability was found in the Blackphone's Icera modem. Expert Michael Cobb explains how attackers could hijack the device, and if this would occur in other mobile devices. Continue Reading
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The open source model has its detractors in terms of its security, but Apple's unencrypted iOS 10 kernel raises new questions. Expert Michael Cobb explains the pros and cons. Continue Reading
A malicious app called Black Jack Free was able to bypass Google Play's app store security. Expert Michael Cobb explains the threat and how enterprises should defend themselves. Continue Reading
SandJacking, a new iOS attack technique, uses an XCode certificate flaw to load malicious apps onto devices. Expert Michael Cobb explains how the attack works. Continue Reading
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In this Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity talks with James Plouffe, lead solutions architect at MobileIron and a technical advisor for the television series 'Mr. Robot.' Continue Reading
Securing Android devices in the enterprise can seem like an uphill task. Applying these Android security policies might reduce the struggle security professionals face. Continue Reading
Flaws in the AFNetworking code library threaten iOS app security. Expert Michael Cobb explains how to prevent falling victim to the flaws. Continue Reading
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A pirated app called Happy Daily English beat Apple's App Store security review. Expert Michael Cobb explains how it works and what security teams can do about it. Continue Reading
An Android Trojan called SlemBunk is impersonating banking applications in order to collect user credentials. Expert Nick Lewis explains the security measures to stop this malware. Continue Reading
New mobile malware can affect both jailbroken and non-jailbroken iOS devices. Expert Nick Lewis outlines the threat posed by YiSpecter and how to stop it. Continue Reading