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Global businesses have spent the last decade, and a couple of billions of dollars securing their corporate networks and making sure they are compliant.

Global businesses have spent the last decade, and a couple of billions of dollars securing their corporate networks and making sure they are compliant. But, when it comes to mobile devices, all the previous security and compliance holes that businesses have spent the last decade fixing are completely left vulnerable again – because personal and work mobile devices tend to bypass traditional controls.

Furthermore, security weaknesses tend to hide under the most unassuming digital apps and games. Pokémon GO iis an example: cybercriminals saw this loophole and added malicious code to the original app, and they then spread malicious versions via third-party stores. This method was used to spread Trojan-Banker.AndroidOS.To rdow, which exploits vulnerabilities in the system to obtain root access to a device. With root access, this Trojan protects itself from being deleted, and it can also steal saved passwords from browsers.

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