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Stronger effort to try and keep your mobile device secure from attack

Companies are jumping at the chance to try and offer you security solutions for your smartphones and tablets - use them, according to the experts.

Published Fri, Mar 14 2014 8:26 PM CDT   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:15 PM CDT

Businesses and users are increasingly relying on mobile technologies for a wide variety of tasks, and that has created a market with untapped potential for cybercriminals.

Stronger effort to try and keep your mobile device secure from attack | TweakTown.com

As mobile banking, e-commerce, and similar sensitive activities rise further, it's important to adopt next-generation securities and understand the changing threat landscape, according to a recent study released by ThreatMetrix.

"Mobile device usage for e-commerce and banking will continue to rise and in order to prevent the associated risks, businesses must have the capabilities to effectively analyze mobile activity to detect returning authentic customers and device anomalies that indicate malicious behavior," said Mustafa Rassiwala, ThreatMetrix Director of Product Management, in a statement. "This includes differentiating between normal and jailbroken devices, as users with jailbroken devices are more likely to engage in criminal activity."

Smartphones and tablets will continue to shuttle users away from traditional PCs and laptops - and with cybercriminals developing mobile-based malware - implementing proper security is critical. End users should run some type of anti-malware software on each mobile device, while companies need to ensure customer data is properly secure.

NEWS SOURCE:prweb.com

An experienced tech journalist and marketing specialist, Michael joins TweakTown looking to cover everything from consumer electronics to enterprise cloud technology. A former Staff Writer at DailyTech, Michael is now the West Coast News Editor and will contribute news stories on a daily basis. In addition to contributing here, Michael also runs his own tech blog, AlamedaTech.com, while he looks to remain busy in the tech world.

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