Mobile Security On-device or in the Cloud? Hackers Have a Preference

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In today’s cyber environment, detection on-device vs. in the cloud may seem like a tough choice. However, given the speed of attacks, delays of going to the cloud and privacy concerns of end users, the benefits of on-device mobile threat defense far outweigh the cloud. For enterprises with employees that regularly travel, detecting threats in airplane mode is even more important.
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The use of open source software code continues to expand rapidly, and currently comprises up to 80% of an average application’s overall code. Meanwhile, application security attack vectors have grown in scope and reach as organizations expand into Cloud computing, mobile access and the Internet of Things (IoT).  Read this IBM and Black Duck Software infographic to learn about the following:  - The rapid proliferation of open source code.  - The vast number of open source software vulnerabilities that have been reported in recent years. - Organizations’ steady expansion in their use of SaaS, mobile, Cloud and IoT technologies.  - The importance of matching your IT Security testing budget with the most pervasive application threat vectors.


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The use of open source software code continues to expand rapidly, and currently comprises up to 80% of an average application’s overall code. Meanwhile, application security attack vectors have grown in scope and reach as organizations expand into Cloud computing, mobile access and the Internet of Things (IoT).  Read this IBM and Black Duck Software infographic to learn about the following:  - The rapid proliferation of open source code.  - The vast number of open source software vulnerabilities that have been reported in recent years. - Organizations’ steady expansion in their use of SaaS, mobile, Cloud and IoT technologies.  - The importance of matching your IT Security testing budget with the most pervasive application threat vectors.

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