6th Jul 2011
With news rumbling on that the phone tapping scandal may have been more widespread than initially thought, issues surrounding mobile security have been 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?
5th Jul 2011
Following the recent news of our acquisition of Sentry Networks, we are pleased to announce some more good news. AdaptiveMobile signed a three year deal with Oracle where we’ll be working in partnership to combine both of our strengths to enhance our world-leading mobile security solution.
23rd Jun 2011
At a time when the Irish economy is going through some challenging times, we’re proud to be part of the thriving technology sector and are absolutely delighted to be able to announce our acquisition of Sentry Wireless.
20th Jun 2011
SPF50 for our kids’ mobile devices…
15th Jun 2011
Google has removed 10 more malware-bearing applications from the official Android Market, according to the security researcher who discovered the malicious code.
14th Jun 2011
Our personal view of the evolution of security may not be all that it seems...
9th Jun 2011
Our second Global Security Insights report is out this week and it confirms some truths for the industry worth highlighting. We all know that more than just handsets, mobile phones are now personal data centres – containing everything from contact information and photos to banking details and passwords. As such, smartphones, in particular, are now a key target for mobile security attacks.
26th May 2011
Google is shaking up the mobile industry with the launch of its mobile wallet in the parts of the US, which will basically turn smartphones into wireless credit cards. With Near Field Communications (NFC) the Google Wallet will allows users to pay by simply swiping their phone against an NFC reader.
4th Apr 2011
2010 was without doubt the year that smartphone security, mobile viruses and privacy concerns hit both industry headlines and mainstream media alike. With mobile security issues on the increase and smartphone adoption on the rise, I’m wondering how do we differentiate between where the real threats lie – and what is little more than media scaremongering?