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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1114 The state of mobile device security: Android vs. iOS
The big question is: who takes the gold? While Android has made significant progress, iOS remains more prevalent in the enterprise, Zumerle said, with the consistency of experience being a major factor.

"The majority of enterprises still feel it is easier for them to secure their enterprise data on the iOS platform," Zumerle said.

That may be the case now, but it could change over the next year or two, depending on the trajectory of the two companies' mobile strategies.The real winners in all this are the users, who will continue to benefit from enhanced security as Apple and Google seek to stay ahead of continuing threats.
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#1119 Millions of Xiaomi phones at risk of remotely installed malware
#1118 IoT medical devices: A prescription for disaster
#1117 Executive's guide to mobile security (free ebook)
#1116 HTTPS is not a magic bullet for Web security
#1115 Time management tips: How to create meetings that work
#1114 The state of mobile device security: Android vs. iOS
#1113 Industrial cybersecurity threat landscape
#1112 How Poland’s intrusive new spying law could bug world leaders at NATO summit
#1111 The Dropping Elephant – aggressive cyber-espionage in the Asian region
#1110 DroidJack uses side-load. It's super effective! Backdoored Pokemon GO Android app found
#1109 CISSP certification: Are multiple choice tests the best way to hire infosec pros?
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