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Employees can conduct business securely
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New Mobile Threat Landscape

Mobile Device Management (MDM) security won’t protect you from zero-day and targeted APT attacks. Learn More

BETTER Mobile Security Platform

BETTER’s Solution fills the security holes left wide open by Apple, Mobile Device Management and Anti-Virus with a new architecture. Learn more about our comprehensive mobile application security and real time advanced threat prevention solutions. Learn More

Threat Update: WireLurker

WireLurker is the latest threat targeting iOS. Over 670 million iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPods) are vulnerable to advanced targeted attacks. Download our Whitepaper to learn how to keep it from disrupting your business.

OVER 99% OF iOS Devices are Vulnerable

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Webinar: Securing Your Mobile POS

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On January 29th, 2015, from 1:00-2:00pm EST, BETTER Mobile Security will be hosting a webinar discussing the current threat landscape of mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) devices and how to prevent these threats.  During the webinar we will go into great detail about the latest generation of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks that have Apple iOS and Android mPOS devices in immediate danger of being compromised. Read More

Smartphones and Tablets are Targets in 2015

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Last year, it was hard to make it a week without news of another cybersecurity breach.  Most of these headline-worthy attacks, including Target, Home Depot, and Sony, have occurred through a compromised computer network in the company.  These attacks are likely to continue in the year to come and while smartphones, such as the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, have remained relatively unscathed, this will likely no longer be the case.  It appears that 2015 will see mobile devices become the battleground for hackers and security experts.  Read More

Hackers Use Media Buzz Surrounding “The Interview” to Infect Devices

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Over the holiday break, the movie everyone was talking about was the James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy, The Interview. Not because of how great the movie was, but its relation to the Sony hack. People have blamed the hack on the content of the movie, primarily the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Sony initially pulled the movie, but finally agreed to a limited release on Christmas Day and online. Needless to say, the movie has spread like wild fire on torrent sites.

The security story linked to The Interview doesn’t end with the Sony hack. Read More

Uber’s App is Anything But Malware

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Uber's Droid App is Secure
Despite what you may have read last week, Uber’s Android app is not a piece of malware.  A blog posted to Hacker News touted that the ride sharing app was “Literally malware.” The blog post ripped into Uber, and the story was picked up by a number of news outlets. These news outlets went as far as to proclaim that Uber may send information from your phone that is not necessary for the app to function, such as texts and images that are stored on your device.  Read More