Did you like this?
friends and colleagues.
Computer Dealer News, By Jeff Jedras
Smartphones and tablets are increasingly powerful, and are being used for more and more things, much like a computer. However, when it comes to security they’re often seen as weak-point. Users don’t always take the same security precautions they do on a laptop, such as installing endpoint security.
And Android devices, in particular, have proven a particularly tempting target for cybercriminals. According to Kaspersky, the number of malicious Android programs grew by a factor of six in 2012 over 2011, and accounted for 99 per cent of total mobile threats. Read more.
Related Business News Articles
Surviving in the IoT World: Kaspersky Lab Experts Discover the Risks of Smart Home DevicesLearn more >
Kaspersky Lab Patents New Technology to Protect Corporate Data on Employee Mobile DevicesLearn more >
Vulnerable Coffee Machine Demonstrates Brewing Security Challenges Of IoT - Dark ReadingLearn more >