Ransomware was not a word many were familiar with until WannaCry made its public debut on May 12, 2017 and infected devices at organizations in over 150 countries worldwide. Media attention subsequently hit fever pitch
This week feels big for information security. Europe’s premier security conference takes place almost all week, with today marking the midpoint in London’s InfoSec event. We’re also still witnessing the shockwaves from the WannaCry outbreak
The practice of sideloading apps has become an overwhelming trend in the mobile device arena. Android users, in particular, are consistently using third party app stores and websites to download the latest apps to their
I wanted to share some news with you that I am especially excited about – I’m proud to say we have just secured our largest round of funding yet, $27.5 million to expand our position
The highly publicized WannaCry ransomware attack that was unleashed last week is the biggest of its kind ever recorded. The large-scale attack initially infected a significant number of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) trusts
Remember the SLocker malware outbreak you heard about last summer? The one that held Android devices ransom until the user paid whatever the hacker demanded? The threat that seemingly disappeared after only a few weeks?
Smartphone attacks are a serious concern for businesses and individuals today. The early part of smartphone proliferation was relatively quiet in terms of cyberattacks. Back then, traditional desktop/laptop and server environments were far more attractive targets
It’s time to grow up and level up with the big players. After four years of hard work and fierce growth, Wandera has evolved from modest start-up to respected influencer in the mobile security industry.