Mobile Security


Searching the Horizon

Searching the Horizon

As the time nears on the shutdown of the second-generation, or 2G, wireless network, now is the time for security dealers and integrators to not only start planning for this massive migration but also begin searching for opportunities to make this change easier for themselves as well as their clients.

BlackBerry and Boeing Team up for Self-Destructing Phone

BlackBerry and Boeing Team up for Self Destructing Phone

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES 12) will be integrated into the phone.

Evidence Gathering and Management to Get Smarter in 2015

According to eMarketer, the United States will pass 50% Smartphone penetration among its population.

Tips to Improve Holiday Cyber Shopping Security

Tips to Improve Holiday Cyber Shopping Security

These tips will help secure pay data when shopping online

80 Percent of Patients Worry for Health Data Security

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80 Percent of Patients Worry for Health Data Security

A new report indicates consumers remain concerned about medical technology and the security of their health information and data.

7-year-old Hacks Apple Touch

7-year-old Hacks Apple Touch

Stealthy youngster uses ninja-like skills to gain access to his father's iPhone6.

Apple Gets First Real Virus Scare

Apple Gets First Real Virus Scare

Wirelurker sneaks onto computers using unauthorized Chinese apps.

Guardly Enterprise E911 Solution Improves Active Shooter Response

New indoor positioning systems enhance ability for security teams to detect shooters earlier and locate people inside buildings.



Do Not Post Pictures of Your Completed Ballot on Social Media

Do Not Post Pictures of Your Completed Ballot on Social Media

Steep fines are being issued and some are having their votes invalidated.

mPERS Mobile App Trio Introduced by SmartTek Systems Provides Dealers with a Competitive Edge

Central station-based Smartphone apps that provide anywhere, anytime life protection services and new revenue stream for partners.

Using Bluetooth-enabled Devices as the Key to Remote Monitoring

As the desire to connect more real-world activities to the digital world increases, designers across industries are beginning to look at harnessing this technology as a way to enhance physical security.

Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock iPhones with Fingerprints

Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock iPhones with Fingerprints

The ruling doesn’t allow police to unlock phones using passcodes, however.

BadUSB is Haunting Cyber Space

Howling about Halloween Safety

Security Today and Protect America have partnered to bring you a fun and festive Halloween Twitter chat about keeping parents, kids and pets safe during this time of witches flying on broomsticks, the pitter-pat of little ghost and ghoul feet and candy, candy, candy! Join us to learn some awesome safety tips as well as the chance to win treats by answering trivia questions throughout the chat! No tricks here, just treats!

Customers Concerned about Security in CurrentC vs. Apple Debate

Customers Concerned about Security in CurrentC vs. Apple Debate

Customers are worried about the safety of their banking information.

Twist Mobile Access Adoption Growing

Twist Mobile Access Adoption Growing

Smartphones expected to replace mechanical keys and physical access cards making user experience, value and new gestures a must.

BadUSB is Haunting Cyber Space

The ABC’s of Cyber Security

It’s time to stop lecturing about cyber security and transform it into a topic of conversation, a give-and-take discussion, so that an effective battle against cyber malice can wage, and hopefully, win out over cyber criminals. Our perceptions must change; we must take the time to make safety and security into habits when it comes to the cyber world.

Top 5 Security Apps for iPhone 6

Top 5 Security Apps for iPhone 6

The 5 most common uses of the smartphone and a corresponding safety app or two to protect iPhone 6 users.

BadUSB is Haunting Cyber Space

Twitter Chat

BadUSB is Haunting Cyber Space

Thumb drives could become the carriers for the next digital epidemic! There’s not only risk in the data that they store but also in the core of how USBs work. Security Today and Bob Ehlers from RGB Spectrum will be discussing the details about BadUSB. Dubbed by some media sources as “a critical security flaw that can turn USB drives into cyber threats,” BadUSB is giving hackers access to what they want most…our computers!

Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services Enhanced

Helps security dealers boost RMR and reach new markets while expanding connected home and business offerings with GPS vehicle and asset tracking.

HTC Announces $199 RE Camera

HTC Announces $199 RE Camera

The camera includes a 16MP sensor but lacks a viewfinder

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - March 2019

    March 2019

    Featuring:

    • Continued Integrity
    • A Secure Healthcare Prescription
    • Looking Beyond the Hype
    • Double Down on Casino Security
    • Are You Throwing Money Away

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