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Skycure, the leader in protecting against mobile threats, has released the latest report on the mobile threat of the company “10 years (hacking) iOS.” The report examines the impact of iOS on enterprise security over the past decade and includes Skycure analysis of mobile threat data from iOS from the first quarter of 2017.
As iOS devices continue to become increasingly popular in the corporate environment, especially in executive rooms, hackers follow suit, creating iOS malware at a higher speed than Android. According to the report, the share of corporate iOS devices in which malware applications are installed has more than tripled since the third quarter of 2016.
Apple is doing a huge job of protecting against malicious software from the App Store. The Skycure report lists methods and examples of threats that used them to penetrate devices. Apple is doing a huge job of protecting against malicious software from the App Store. The Skycure report lists methods and examples of threats that used them to penetrate devices. The conclusion of the study concerns five recommendations for the preservation of a mobile device.
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