Why Not Even Google Pixel Can Offer Real Protection

Posted: November 17, 2016 / Author: Dror Liwer

Pixel, the first smartphone made by Google (excluding HTC’s Nexus One) is creating quite a buzz in the marketplace.  Major questions, however, remain regarding the secure nature of the device.  While the waters have yet to be tested, Adrian Ludwig, Android’s director of security, has come out with an announcement declaring  the Pixel to be “as secure as the iPhone.” . While this may reassure some, the comparison between Pixel, iPhone or any other device may not matter at all. With increasing business related communication and work taking place on a smartphone, security is paramount to success. When it comes…

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Hardware vs Software Mobile Security – Which Keeps Your Device Safer?

Posted: August 17, 2016 / Author: Dror Liwer

Media coverage of cybersecurity tends to focus on major companies which are victims of hacking and data theft. Consequently, there’s a lot of industry focus on enterprise security within offices and data centers i.e. security issues affecting desktop computers, servers, and physical network infrastructure. This rather misses the fact that mobile devices (laptops, smartphones and tablets) have become the achilles heel for organizations’ cybersecurity. They are an integral part of the workplace and  used for handling business data are also intrinsically being the least secure. Executives with their busy travel schedules, often spend more time checking emails and discussing sensitive…

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