Here’s an indication of how critical mobile devices are to busy people today: A recent survey found that people in the UK look at their smartphone or tablet an average of 34 times each day! It’s no wonder malware is becoming a problem for mobile devices—cybercriminals know that’s where the action is.
The sheer volume of mobile malware is shocking. SophosLabs has identified more than 350,000 variants of Android malware. We’re currently adding detections for approximately 2,000 new Android samples every day. As more and more workers use their company smartphones like a PC, accessing critical business data at all hours of the day, you need to get a grip on the problem of mobile malware.
To help you get the malware problem under control, join our free webcast, Getting a Grip on Mobile Malware, on Friday, 1st November at 3:30 pm GMT.
Sophos mobile security expert Simi Kamboj will explain the different types of mobile malware, and how you can protect your business from them.
- The most common types of Android malware and how they are distributed
- Some simple tips for users to avoid malware
- The solutions available to protect your devices
Malware isn’t just for PCs anymore, so it’s time to make sure your protection is caught up with the problem.
What: Getting a Grip on Mobile Malware
When: Friday, 1 November, 3:30 pm GMT