Following Edward Snowden’s now-infamous report outing the NSA and its excessive monitoring of people’s communication, there’s been a real effort by companies everywhere to sure up their security. Whether it’s Apple’s locally-stored Touch ID, or recent Pay service, Samsung’s Knox, or BlackBerry’s recent push to upgrade its own security; more is being done to ensure you cannot be tracked in an invasive manner. T-Mobile is quietly doing its bit too. Washington Post reports … [read full article]
2013 was not a great year for personal security. Whether it’s Snapchat or the NSA’s shenanigans, there have been more reports of account hacking than we’ve seen in a long time. Even Apple’s own developer account was shut down for a couple of weeks due to a security breach. It seems T-Mobile customers may have had their personal information compromised too. DataBreaches.net has uncovered a letter that’s due to be sent out to … [read full article]
T-Mobile and Lookout announce a joint effort to offer T-Mobile customers “instant protection against mobile threats with Automatic App Security.” T-Mobile will provide customers free, out of the box protection beginning on the LG Optimus L9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. Automatic App Security, will have Lookout scan any downloaded app for potential threats and notify the users if there are any security threats. The product works automatically requiring no … [read full article]
Are you a business customer on T-Mobile and really want an Android phone? Then T-Mobile and Good Technology have a solution for you. Together, they are offering Enterprise-Class security for business users on Android. Put simply, “The Good for Enterprise Android solution lets business customers of all sizes harness the power of the Android operating system and provide enterprise-grade security and control over their business data and applications.” We love security, don’t we?