Who are the key players in the fast-changing mobile security world? These 10 mobile operating system and mobile device management vendors should be on your radar screen.
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As of last year, Android devices surpassed the sales of Apple's iPhones, making the Google-managed operating system the No. 1 smartphone platform. Unsurprisingly, Android is also the top target of malicious mobile software, including DroidDream and Zitmo, a mobile version of the Zeus bot program. With its planned purchase of Motorola's mobile phone business, Mobility Holdings, Google will be in a better position to protect the security of the platform.
Known for: Lead developer of the Android operating system
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