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Jan 17, 2016
The cyber law series: How data privacy and surveillance have crept into the workplaceArray
Oct 08, 2015
90% of firms plan to increase investments in mobile security over next 12 monthsA whopping 95 percent of the IDG respondents say a rise in data on or accessed by mobile devices increases the risk of a security breach.
Aug 20, 2015
Essar Group upgrades to BlackBerry's multi-OS EMM solution BES12Essar Group is also trialing BES12 Cloud for even greater scalability and flexibility.
Dec 08, 2014
Array Networks intros MotionPro SSL VPN client for iOS, Android devicesAvailable for iOS and Android, MotionPro provides secure mobile access for native, Web and remote desktop applications.
Dec 03, 2014
GajShield launches new context-based firewall to improve enterprise securityApart from providing a Context-Sensitive Data Leak Prevention Engine, GS560dc supports Multi-Gigabit Packet Filtering throughput, Application Filtering and comes with redundant power supply.
Dec 01, 2014
Mobility trends: Businesses will think beyond BYOD in 2015More enterprises will frame enterprise mobility management (EMM) in a workspace strategy.
Nov 18, 2014
66% of enterprises find it difficult to keep up with emerging mobile threats: Survey"For organisations with governance, risk and compliance (GRC) demands, this gap leaves them vulnerable to attacks or industry regulation breaches that put them at financial and reputational risk," the study highlighted.
Nov 14, 2014
Why tablets are the 'sweet spot' of BYOD policiesIT departments can support nearly three times more users in tablet BYO programmes than enterprise-owned tablet programmes.
Nov 12, 2014
GajShield introduces BYOD support on its next-gen firewall seriesThis new feature will enhance the UserSense engine in their DC Series to inspect, detect and monitor the traffic and control the devices being used by employees.
Sep 15, 2014
75% of mobile apps will fail basic security tests: GartnerGartner predicts that by 2017, the focus of endpoint breaches will shift to tablets and smartphones - already there are three attacks to mobile devices for every attack to a desktop.