SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - June 28, 2016) - Trustlook Inc., an innovator in next-generation mobile device security solutions, has shared findings from a recent survey of nearly 500 Android users in a new Trustlook Insights report.
"The survey, conducted by Trustlook Research, produced some rather interesting findings about smartphone user behavior," said Joe Sullivan, head of marketing at Trustlook. "We were surprised to see so many users entering sensitive information into their devices, which could give hackers potential access to social security numbers, bank account information and other personal data."
The Trustlook Insights survey was designed to learn more about mobile device users and to uncover industry trends. Findings include:
- Users are more willing than ever to input sensitive information, including their social security number on a mobile device.
- Although over two-thirds report using mobile devices for banking, fewer than a quarter use them for managing investments.
- BYOD continues to gain momentum in organizations, with eight out of ten respondents using their mobile devices for work.
- Eighty-five percent of respondents have more than ten apps on their mobile device, potentially increasing the attack surface.
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Trustlook (www.trustlook.com) is a global leader in next-generation mobile device security with a solution that finds more vulnerabilities sooner than any other to provide the industry's smallest vulnerability window. The innovative Trustlook Mobile Security-as-a-Service (MSaaS) platform operates in the cloud to deliver the performance and scalability needed to provide total threat protection against viruses, spyware, phishing, ID theft, data loss, snooping and other forms of attack. MSaaS protects users from both known and zero-day threats by examining over 20,000 new and updated applications every day for malware and malicious behavior. Founded in 2013, the company is headquartered in San Jose and managed by leading security experts from Palo Alto Networks, FireEye, Google and Yahoo.