In 2021, rollout a Zero Trust mobile security strategy

Posted by Roxane Suau on October 08, 2020

Mobile devices represent the fastest growing attack surface and the widespread use of remote working has been accelerating it lately. Cybercriminals target enterprises through collaborators’ smartphones and tablets, betting on finding loopholes they will exploit to steal corporate data. Security heads are looking to extend their Zero Trust IT security strategy to mobile devices and apps, but the versatility of mobility makes it challenging.

The Zero Trust model is a security approach based on the principle of not trusting any network or data access request by default, and to secure all entry points. It has emerged as the most reliable way for companies to keep away cyberthreats evolving within their distant and immediate environment.

 

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Mobile security solutions comparison

Posted by Roxane Suau on May 28, 2020

Workers are undeniably mobile with 80% of corporate tasks to take place on mobile devices in 20201. With 77% of the digital traffic2 coming from smartphones and tablets, mobile protection comes as a central piece of the information security strategy of companies.

The advent of mobility drew a new paradigm where security gates have to be relocated beyond the enterprise perimeter. In that framework, legacy security practices are falling short to address a landscape characterized by a plethora and dynamicity of threats.

 

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Why Updating Mobile OS And Application Is So Important

Posted by Roxane Suau on May 12, 2020

System and application updates always seem to pop up at less than timely moments, and most of us postpone them without second thoughts, for days, weeks, months… However, these updates represent an essential piece of systems’ stability and safety, as they include functionality enhancements and patches to security holes.

 

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Actionable insights to secure remote workers

Posted by Roxane Suau on March 26, 2020

The pandemic situation requires governments to actively enjoin companies to set up remote working.

To keep up as much as possible with activities, enterprises are issuing additional corporate-owned devices or enabling BYOD usages multiplying access points to corporate data.

 

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What Zero Trust means for mobile security?

Posted by Roxane Suau on March 16, 2020

The Zero Trust model, first identified by the research firm Forrester, is a security approach based on the principle of not trusting any network or data access request by default, even when it comes from inside the company perimeter. Zero Trust goes beyond the identity approach which focuses on only authenticating the user. It has emerged as the most reliable way for companies to keep away cyberthreats evolving within their distant and immediate environment.

 

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