Mobile malware has advanced to a new level of sophistication as smart devices continue to gain ground, in turn driving an uptick in the mobile security services market. ABI Research estimates that mobile security services will total $1.88 billion by the end of 2013, by far dominating both the mobile device and mobile application markets for threat protection.Read More
Mobile security business AdaptiveMobile launched the latest edition of its Global Security Insights in Mobile report at Mobile World Congress last week. The report, which was revealed during the Mobile Security Forum event, warns that cross-border threats will spread more easily as 4G LTE and rich communications services (RCS) are adopted by networks and consumers.Read More
Film studios are starting to target mobile applications that use copyrighted images and film clips without permission.All the big five movie studios have told Google to remove Android apps that "pirate" content, reports Reuters. The rogue apps were taking images and clips from films such as The Hobbit as well as popular TV shows like Glee.Read More
AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile security, now protects more than 137 million US smartphone users, which equals more than half of all smartphone users in the country. U.S. smartphone users are facing threats that are compound and cross-border, and include malware, viruses, SMS spam, and attacks on applications and mobile social media. The Company made the announcement at the start of Mobile World Congress, where it is hosting a panel on 'Protecting the Borderless Network' with speakers including Verizon, PCCW and Syniverse.Read More
NEW DELHI: Comviva, the global leader in providing mobile VAS solutions, today announced that it has engaged AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile security, to provide operators with the most comprehensive network-based web and message content filtering solution. This collaboration will help operators to leverage monitoring and advanced security techniques to protect their network, subscribers and enterprise customers against the growing threat of mobile abuse.Read More
AdaptiveMobile today sheds light on the extent of a new global SMS spam threat. According to Ongoing Threat Analysis (OTA) which examines mobile security threats from around the world, consumers should to be on the lookout for fraudulent spam texts informing them they have won a free Apple product such an iPad, iPhone or MacBook.Read More
Join AdaptiveMobile at this inaugural mobile security conference hosted by leading analyst house Light Reading, the debate will focus on the mobile network security challenge from the perspective of mobile carriers delivering 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services in North America.Read More
Ciaran Bradley, VP of Handset Security, talks to BBC News about the risk of SMS spam and rogue apps designed by cyber criminals to defraud mobile users.Read More
Ciaran Bradley, VP of Handset Security, speaks to the Huffington Post about the increasing number of rogue apps that are available and offers advice on how to protect against them.Read More
AdaptiveMobile reveals a sharp rise in the scope and complexity of mobile threats in South-East Asia.Read More
AdaptiveMobile explains how a flaw that makes it easier to send spoofed text messages to iPhones is not found in other smartphone platforms.Read More
AdaptiveMobile's Cathal McDaid tells SC magazine why network operators should not be blamed for the iPhone SMS vulnerability.Read More
AdaptiveMobile speaks to Mobile Europe about the surge in battery saver apps.Read More
AdaptiveMobile's Ciaran Bradley warns of a spike in the number of apps designed to save batteries, that are in actuality riddled with fraud and malware designed to scam users via premium text messages and updates.
Parents want services from operators to safeguard their children online and would be willing to pay an additional £5 a month for protection against inappropriate content, sexting and cyberbullying, according to AdaptiveMobile’s latest Global Security Insights for Mobile report, GSIM V.Read More
AdaptiveMobile explains why mobile operators are missing a trick by not charging for smartphone parental controls.Read More
Each week the Carnival of the Mobilists (COM) brings you the best of mobile blogging from around the Web, curating posts and links submitted by our COMmunity of 100+ influencers and bloggers, this week including AdaptiveMobile's Ciaran BradleyRead More
Mums and dads worry they have no control over sexts, cyber bullying and other threats.Read More
As mobile takes a center role in our lives —becoming the device we reach for to access information, conduct transactions and manage our homes, cars and daily routine — an increasing number of serious security concerns move to the forefront. AdaptiveMobile's Ciaran Bradley examines this evolution and the impact on key members of the ecosystem, particularly mobile operators.Read More
Robert McGarvy quotes AdaptiveMobile's recent research in his article on the top malware threats facing online and mobile banking.Read More
AdaptiveMobile expands presence in region to support mobile operators working to protect subscribers. With cellular subscriptions doubling every four years and smartphone adoption increasing steadily, mobile operators are realising now that they must adapt their approach and tackle security if they are to maintain trust and increase revenue.Read More
AdaptiveMobile's Gareth Maclachlan speaks to Telecoms about the growing problem of spam and how it is costing operators greatly.Read More
AdaptiveMobile is one of the many Irish telecoms and wireless companies travelling to New Orleans, Louisiana with Enterprise Ireland to participate in the 2012 CTIA Wireless Conference.
Recent AdaptiveMobile research shows that three-quarters of consumers would pay premium for privacy-protected apps, which is a wake up call for developers looking to monetise their apps.Read More
AdaptiveMobile today announces that former Nokia Siemens and Oracle executive Cody Bowman has joined the company as the General Manager for the Americas.Read More
AdaptiveMobile has announced enhancements to its Network Protection Platform+ with improved spam and rogue application protection.Read More
We are entering a brave new world of machine to machine (M2M) technology. We know it. We have concerns about it. But are we ready for it?
AdaptiveMobile's Cathal McDaid, speaks to ReadWriteWeb regarding the latest Global Security Insights in Mobile report looking at M2M technology and the associated security vulnerabilities.Read More
While awareness of machine-to-machine services is high, however, so too is concern over security, with 86% of respondents to a survey commissioned by AdaptiveMobile stating that they see risks associated with M2M technology.Read More
Ciaran Bradley, VP of Handset Security at AdaptiveMobile looks at the issue of cyberbullying and explains to 160characters how message filtering can help.
AdaptiveMobile's new Parental Control App featured in SC Magazine's article on Safer Internet Day.Read More
The European Commusion has introduced new proposals on data protection but do people care about privacy? As stated in the article AdaptiveMobile shows that people do care.Read More
Why mobile operators need to provide security at the network level.Read More
AdaptiveMobile has announced the launch of its next generation multi-bearer Network Protection Platform(NPP), offering new security capabilities.Read More
Alfred Hitchcock could not have written a better script. AdaptiveMobile finds that Angry Birds can find out where you live simply by your downloading their app.
Three-quarters of smartphone users fail to read the terms and conditions contained in mobile apps such as Angry Birds and Paper Toss, which include access to data such as their physical location. iPhone users are the most careless, with 65pc completely unaware that free applications may compromise their privacy.
Gareth Maclachlan, Founder & COO of AdaptiveMobile, explains to European Communications why Mobile Operators must take the lead in mobile security.Read More
Following the US results from the Global Security Insights Report Gareth Machlachlan compares some of the key findings between US and UK smartphone users on Business Computing World.
Following the phone hacking scandal earlier this year, issues surrounding mobile security were thrown into the headlines once again. So who’s at risk? How can you tell if you’ve been affected? What can you do to stay protected? Simeon Coney explains all in this blog post on Business Computing Weekly.
Quality of service is no longer the most important factor in assessing mobile network operators. Users of smartphones and other mobile devices are placing more importance on their cell phone carrier’s ability to keep their data safe and respond to security incidents, according to AdaptiveMobile's new survey.
AdaptiveMobile, is today announcing the launch of a new SMS spam reporting service designed to enable consumers to report and protect themselves against mobile spamRead More
AdaptiveMobile announces the launch of an SMS spam reporting service to help combat the growing issue of mobile spam.Read More
AdaptiveMobile has launched an SMS spam reporting and protection service aimed at allowing consumers to report and protect themselves from unwanted messages.
Gareth Maclachlan, founder and COO of AdaptiveMobile, discusses the issue of mobile malware and explores why mobile operators need to enhance their security practices to ensure subscribers are protected from the increasingly sophisticated range of mobile threats.
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