When Cybercriminals Own Your Mobile Device - Mobile Threat Prevention





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Published on Feb 5, 2016

Mobile devices are the backdoor to network breaches, exposing sensitive corporate data to risk. More information: https://www.checkpoint.com/products/m...

Cybercriminals are better than ever at stealing sensitive information from your smartphone or tablet. Whether it's personal information or business data, they know how to exploit vulnerabilities in operating systems, networks, and apps to take virtually anything they want. They can even spy on your private conversations, or take complete control of your mobile device without your knowledge. Watch this video to learn more about how you and your mobile data could be at risk, and about how important it is to stay protected from advanced mobile threats.


Cybercriminals are trying to steal your company's sensitive data from your smartphone or tablet, right now.

They'll trick you into installing a malicious app, or get you to connect to rogue networks.

They can even capture your password as you log into your corporate apps.

Once they own your device, cybercriminals can do anything they want.

They can see where you are, who you've been talking to, and steal your sensitive documents.

There's no end to the kinds of information attackers could steal from your business without you even knowing it.

Sensitive patient records are at risk, financial data could be stolen, even the safety of critical infrastructure could be jeopardized.

These threats have grown more sophisticated and more prevalent every day.

The only way to combat these attacks is to stop them before they start.

Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention protects your organization against advanced mobile threats. Stay one step ahead with Check Point.

Updated version of this video is at https://youtu.be/EzekGVZsPKg


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