Motorola AirDefense's annual retail wireless survey finds 20 percent more retailers are improving their network security but their data is still at risk.
A version 9.1 upgrade is available in North America.
A solution from Entrasys is selected at nation's fastest growing community college to support growth.
Spending on security solutions for mobile networks has plenty of headroom for growth through 2011, according to Infonetics Research.
Solution integrates anti-virus and remote lock, wipe, backup and restore functionality.
SMobile's VirusGuard for Android keeps G1 users safe from attack of mobile viruses.
Rigorous third-party testing validates the security and reliability of Good's S/MIME solution.
Dexterra's patent-pending mobile security solution prevents "replay" attacks by authenticating both the user's identity and their mobile device before granting network access. In order to break in, a hacker would have to possess the mobile user's identity as well as their device.
The security of wireless networks is a perennial concern for mobile enterprises, but it rarely makes the headlines of mainstream news media. However, the topic again rose to national prominence last week when the U.S. Attorney General handed down 11 indictments in the infamous TJX case, in which hackers made off with more than 45 million credit card numbers from retail outlets, including T.J. Maxx and Marshall's.
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