SAN FRANCISCO, April 2, 2013 – Mocana, the mobile security leader, today announced that Samsung has integrated Mocana's KeyVPN(TM) product into Samsung's new KNOX security solution that addresses the mobile security needs of enterprise IT. KeyVPN's multi-VPN technology enables the Samsung KNOX solution to segregate and secure corporate data, addressing the growing trend of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in global enterprises.
"Mocana is a trusted technology partner for enterprise security. With Mocana's VPN technology, Samsung KNOX enterprise customers can have a high level of confidence in the security of their data-in-motion," said Dr. Injong Rhee, Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy Group at Samsung Electronics.Read More
A provider of hotel internet services worldwide denies it was a victim of hacking after being named in an article on Chinese hacking. iBahn, which provides 3,000 hotels with Internet services, said in a statement to PCWorld the company had "not found proof of any breach on the iBahn network."Read More
German researchers recently discovered how easy it is for someone to jailbreak your iPhone and reveal your passwords in six minutes. This type of hack doesn’t require the use of the phone’s passcode, mainly because the cryptographic key on current iOS devices operates independently from it.
The attack works based on existing vulnerabilities on Apple’s iPhone that enable access to the operating file system. Many of the passwords available to the attacker range from Google or Microsoft Exchange email accounts to VPN and WiFi access and more.Read More
Using Mocana's just-announced NanoPhone™ suite, developers can quickly add firewall, VPN, and encryption features to Android handsets without compromising the performance, throughput or battery life of the platform. NanoPhone is the most comprehensive open standards-based security suite for developers building to the Open Handset Alliance's Android specifications.Read More