Our self-defending Advanced Endpoint Protection for iOS shuts the door from zero-day and targeted APT attacks that can otherwise evade detection by network-based security. Only our technology could detect "WireLurker" in real time based on device behavior.


Offering the world's only device-based application
endpoint security and threat prevention solution for iOS.


Comprehensive mobile point of sale visibility,
security and control with real time, self-protecting
advanced persistent threat (APT) prevention.


Employees can conduct business securely
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their own device and personal privacy.


New Mobile Threat Landscape

Mobile Device Management (MDM) security won’t protect you from zero-day and targeted APT attacks. Learn More

BETTER Mobile Security Platform

BETTER’s Solution fills the security holes left wide open by Apple, Mobile Device Management and Anti-Virus with a new architecture. Learn more about our comprehensive mobile application security and real time advanced threat prevention solutions. Learn More

Threat Update: WireLurker

WireLurker is the latest threat targeting iOS. Over 670 million iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPods) are vulnerable to advanced targeted attacks. Download our Whitepaper to learn how to keep it from disrupting your business.

OVER 99% OF iOS Devices are Vulnerable

iPhones, iPads and iPods are at risk. Take the first step towards protecting your enterprise from advanced mobile threats. Contact us today to Request a Demo.

Uber’s App is Anything But Malware

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Uber's Droid App is Secure
Despite what you may have read last week, Uber’s Android app is not a piece of malware.  A blog posted to Hacker News touted that the ride sharing app was “Literally malware.” The blog post ripped into Uber, and the story was picked up by a number of news outlets. These news outlets went as far as to proclaim that Uber may send information from your phone that is not necessary for the app to function, such as texts and images that are stored on your device.  Read More

The Masque Attack Threat Still Looms Large

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The threat of Masque Attacks continues to loom over the security world. Apple has dismissed the issue as a non-threat while the US government has issued a statement regarding the dangers of Masque Attacks.  In truth, attacks that exploit the bundle identifier in iOS, like Masque Attacks and WireLurker, pose a clear and present danger to both users and enterprises.  While Apple says that there are no reports of anyone infected, that doesn’t mean that’s the case.  Read More