Mobile security applications for Google’s Android platform help protect Android smartphone and tablet mobile devices from malware threats as well as unauthorized access following accidental loss or theft of the device.
Additional security features frequently offered by Android mobile security apps include securing data on the device, VPN connectivity for protecting data in transit, scanning websites for potential phishing schemes or other fraudulent activity, helping users locate their device if lost or stolen, and more.
Android mobile security applications are available from Google as well as well-known third-party security vendors such as Lookout, Avast, Kaspersky, Symantec and Qihu.
- a Screen Lock
Screen lock is a security feature for computers and mobile devices that helps prevent unauthorized access to the device. Also known as a screenlock or lock screen, a screen lock requires a specific action or sequence of actions to be correctly performed by anyone attempting to use a lockscreen-protected device. Screen locks or lock screens […]
- Enterprise Storage Management (ESM)
ESM is short for enterprise storage management. Enterprise storage management, or ESM for short, is the phrase used to describe the tools, processes, and policies used to manage enterprise storage networks. Benefits of Enterprise Storage Management ESM is used to help organizations meet regulations concerning data retention, privacy and record keeping and assists in managing […]
- Mobile Security
Mobile security involves protecting both personal and business information stored on and transmitted from smartphones, tablets, laptops and other mobile devices. The term mobile security is a broad one that covers everything from protecting mobile devices from malware threats to reducing risks and securing mobile devices and their data in the case of theft, unauthorized […]
- 802.11ac Wave 2
The 802.11ac -2013 update, or 802.11ac Wave 2, is an addendum to the original 802.11acwireless specification that utilizes MU-MIMO technology and other advancements to help increase theoretical maximum wireless speeds from 3.47 Gbps in the original spec to 6.93 Gbps in 802.11ac Wave 2. The original 802.11ac spec itself served as a performance boost over […]
Short for Multi-User, Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output, MU-MIMO is an enhanced form of the MIMO technology that enables multiple independent radio terminals to access a system, which can provide significant performance gains over the original MIMO technology. MU-MIMO features prominently in the 2013 update of the 802.11ac wireless specification (802.11ac Wave 2) and helps increase theoretical maximum […]