There's more fall out from the November 2013 data breach at Target. Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel has not only stepped down as chief executive, but also resigned from his position on the Board of Directors.Read More >
This week Mocana released its Secure Enterprise Browser enabling IT managers, specialists or admins to get your company’s Intranet portals into the hands of your employees, partners and affiliates, instantly while integrating with your existing enterprise infrastructure.
In a recent survey from Prescient Digital Media of 650 participants in small, medium and large organizations, over 80 percent said they have had an intranet portal for employees for more than five years. That’s a large investment in web data. So the question is: How do they mobilize this treasure trove of intranet data quickly without a massive investment in native app development across multiple mobile platforms?Read More >
My guest this week is Matt Carrier, Director Mobile Solutions at SAP. We're discussing the subject of mobility within the extended enterprise.
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LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BLACK HAT USA 2013 - Extending its lead in the mobile enterprise security market, mobile app security leader Mocana today announced a new release of its industry-leading Mobile App Protection (MAP) solution. The new release features a secure built-in web browser specifically developed for use within the extended enterprise, as well as performance enhancements. With the new release of MAP, enterprises can securely mobilize their most sensitive intranet data, web apps and portals to virtually any iOS or Android&trade mobile device, in minutes.Read More >
LAS VEGAS -- Researchers from Lacoon Security presenting at Black Hat on Wednesday showed how enterprise mobile devices protected with Mobile Device Management (MDM) and other methods of containerization are vulnerable to privilege escalation attacks.Read More >
LAS VEGAS--A researcher from Alcatel-Lucent showed on Wednesday how spyphone malware works and how it can be embedded in Android apps.Read More >
SAN FRANCISO--Mocana, the app security leader, today announced that it has been named as one of the ‘AlwaysOn Global 250 Companies to Watch.’ Mocana was selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team and industry experts based on five criteria: innovation, market potential, commercialization, stakeholder value, and media buzz. The AlwaysOn Global 250 winners were selected from among hundreds of other technology companies nominated by investors, bankers, journalists, and industry insiders.
“We congratulate Mocana and other AlwaysOn Global 250 Companies to Watch, companies that our editors believe represent some of the highest-growth opportunities in today’s private company marketplace.”Read More >