Apps installed on smartphones and tablets can be one of the biggest risks for companies. Here, we look at some of the ones that are most frequently banned.
The current POTUS uses an old Android smartphone for his late-night Twitter sessions, which could be a potential security gap to be exploited by attackers.
By 2020, 20% of companies will have replaced access cards with smartphones, a move that could cut costs and mitigate security risks for businesses.
A recent study has revealed that only 3% of the 200 most downloaded apps for iOS have implemented Apple’s latest security protocols, making company iPhones a potential security risk.