Category Archives: Android

Android mobile security threats today

As bring your own device policies becomes common practice for companies today, business owners must keep in mind the possible cyber security implications of deploying more devices connected to the company network. If your employees are using Android devices, here are the top five security threats they need to be aware of as well as […]

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Protect your Android mobile devices

When personal and professional informational lives on one mobile device, the risk of malware attacks and huge data breaches rises. As the adoption of bring your own device policy increases, so should employee awareness when it comes to ever-growing cyber threats. To avoid falling victim, here are five Android security threats you need to be […]

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Mobile security threats in Android

Employees today are working under tight timelines, but thanks to bring your own device policies (BYOD), they can access critical files and applications using their mobile device and get work done from anywhere. But BYOD can be a double-edged sword to those not vigilant about cyber attacks. If you’re using an Android device, here are […]

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What’s new with Android O?

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding Google’s latest Android operating system known as “Android O.” Whether it will continue the trademark snack-theme name is yet to be confirmed, but what we do know is users can expect longer battery life and an improved notification system. Besides that, here are six other OS changes you don’t […]

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Six new features from Android O

Since it has just been released as a beta test, the next version of Google’s Android operating system still doesn’t have a full name and is known as “Android O” for now. What has been confirmed so far are extended battery life and an optimized notification system. But that’s not all. Here we’ve rounded up […]

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6 Android O changes you must know

At the moment, Google’s upcoming operating system, Android O, has been released as a beta test for developers and is still a work in progress. Many are debating whether the successor to Nougat will be named Oreo when released. What we do know for sure is that the latest OS features extended battery life and […]

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Google adds phishing defenses for Android

Although hackers are known for unleashing a host of malware to infiltrate critical networks and devices, phishing emails are their most effective attack method. This scam preys on the trust of computer users with seemingly innocuous emails that request for login credentials or prompt a file download. Unlike other attacks, phishing requires only a convincing […]

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Android Gmail gets phishing protections

Phishing scams, whereby cybercriminals masquerade as trustworthy entities to fool victims into disclosing private information, have had a recent surge in popularity. This is largely because hackers realize the best way to infiltrate a system is by exploiting people’s trust. Although these attacks bypass network security systems, there are some tools you can use to […]

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New phishing protection for Gmail on Android

One of the most common ways hackers infiltrate networks is by using phishing scams — fraudulent emails to trick unwitting users into giving away login credentials or downloading malware. Although this is the oldest trick in a hacker’s arsenal, it’s still an incredibly effective attack method. To blunt the potency of these scams, Google released […]

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Dropbox doc scanner comes to Android

Back in the day, you needed bulky scanners to digitize paper documents. But now, Android users will have an easier alternative. Last month, Dropbox announced that they would bring their doc scanner feature to Android devices. If you’re looking to conduct business on the go, this feature will be a useful addition to your smartphone. […]

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