This week, researchers published information on a serious weakness in WPA2, the security protocol that protects most modern Wi-Fi networks. The flaw in WPA2 allows anyone to break the security layer that is established between
In the last year, Wandera has experienced exponential growth in its global network of mobile devices. There has been a particularly drastic increase in large, international organizations managing and protecting their mobile fleets with Wandera.
They say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but we’ve done it again. Last night Wandera was awarded Mobile Security Solution of the Year by Computing Security for the second year running. Wandera was also named Runner
As more sectors adopt and encourage mobile working policies, their need to secure and protect their corporate data increases. Sure, a productive workforce depends on having the autonomy to access and share information on the
You might have seen that the International Data Corporation, one of the biggest names in research, recently released its first MarketScape report covering the Mobile Threat Management sector. We’re delighted that Wandera has been named a
The mobile threat landscape is an interesting topic, partly because it’s so controversial. Talking to different people within the field can bring up wildly differing opinions over the severity of the situation. Fear-mongers will tell
Taylor Swift, Trump and Bieber – three names you don’t often hear in the same sentence. So why has this trio grabbed our attention at Wandera? Well, their names are all linked to Android applications
Earlier this year at our Level conference, Jamie Woodruff, the ethical hacker who has hacked everything from Facebook to Kim Kardashian, gave us an insight into the methods social engineers use to access to our personal