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Samsung Smart Wireless Security AP will keep your network (and data) safe

Samsung Smart Wireless Security AP

As part of the strategy that seems tailored to appeal to business customers, Samsung announced the Smart Wireless Security Access Point that helps businesses identify unauthorized intrusion in the wireless network. The device supports 802.11ac and is equipped with wireless intrusion prevention solution (WIPS) sensor that can detect unauthorized connections to the network. According to…

Apple looking into ways to change iPhone’s security level and UI settings based on user’s location

Apple looking into ways to change iPhone's security level and UI settings based on user's location

Apple has recently filed for a patent that would enable changing of iPhone’s security level and UI based on user’s location. Titled “Location-sensitive security levels and setting profiles based on detected location,” the patent explains how different use cases would prompt additional security measures on the iPhone. For instance, when you’re at home and connected…

Google acquires Divide to make Android more secure

Google acquires Divide to make Android more secure

As part of its enterprise play to bring Android to places it hasn’t been before, Google is acquiring Divide — former Enterproid — to make its mobile platform more secure. Backed by venture arms of Google, Comcast and Qualcomm – Divide relies on containers to keep part of user’s data securely stored on a device,…

Samsung KNOX 2.0 coming to Galaxy S5

Samsung KNOX 2.0 coming to Galaxy S5

Samsung is bringing KNOX 2.0 to Galaxy S5 users all around the world, allowing them to use one device for both work and pleasure. The updated solution packs a “portfolio of multiple products and services designed to better meet the rapidly evolving enterprise mobility needs of customers.” These include KNOX Workspace, EMM, Marketplace and Customization:…

Gmail to get stronger encryption in the future

Gmail to get stronger encryption in the future

The NSA spying scandal is everything but dead, prompting major tech companies to react accordingly. In that sense we have Google — as one of the biggest opponents of the U.S. government’s questionable (to say the least) practices — looking to keep Gmail users’ privacy intact. According to the Venture Beat report, the search giant’s…

Google adding regular malware scans to the Android platform

Google adding regular malware scans to the Android platform

As part of its pledge to make Android more secure and thus more enterprise-friendly, Google is adding regular malware scans to the mix. With the new update rolling out as we speak, Android will be continually checking its host device for harmful apps, while enhancing the platform’s “Verify Apps” service. This in turn will make…

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