McAfee MVISION to launch in August 2018 with new mobile security product

McAfee MVISION - Mobile Security

McAfee is re-entering the mobile security space with MVISION. The California-based device-to-cloud cybersecurity company recently announced McAfee MVISION. This is a unique portfolio of innovative security features that include ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO), endpoint and mobile products. Their new security products have been designed to suit the needs of today’s customers. McAfee MVISION has been created for the purpose of providing a comprehensive and flexible defense system for modern device operating systems and the cloud. It is designed to manage security products based on the needs of customers today and in…

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Intel sets sights on mobile security

Security is growing as a priority for businesses and consumers alike Mobile security is becoming a priority for many technology companies. More people are beginning to use their mobile devices for more than just communication and many of these people are using their smartphones and tablets for job-related activates. This could present a serious problem for businesses, especially because many people do not have adequate security software installed on their devices. Intel has taken the issue to heart and is one of the companies that is working to promote mobile…

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Mobile security threats highest in banking malware

Mobile security payments online retail card

McAfee has released data that shows that these are the largest concerns in the current wireless environment. According to a report that was just released by McAfee Labs, “backdoor” Trojans and banking malware, which steal information from a device without the awareness of the victim, were the greatest threats to smartphone and tablet users during the second quarter of 2013. There were 17,000 new malware strains discovered by McAfee during the second quarter for Android based devices. That represents a growth rate of 35 percent over the number of new…

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Mobile commerce systems may not be as secure as they need to be for the Olympics

2012 Olympics

Olympic Games give companies an opportunity to promote mobile commerce The 2012 Olympic Games will begin this month, hosting in the United Kingdom. The sporting event is expected to attract a large number of foreign visitors to the country, as it has done for its previous hosts over the past several decades. British companies see the event as an opportunity to introduce mobile commerce and NFC-based services to a wide range of consumers. Renowned computer security firm McAfee claims that testing NFC-based services during such a high-profile event could create…

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