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McAfee CEO Chris Young Talks About the Impact of Connected Devices in MWC 2018 Keynote

MWC 2018 came and went in the blink of an eye and new mobile innovations and exciting announcements emerged from vendors across the globe. Though we had our fair share of unique insights and innovations to share, we also had the pleasure of leading the conversation around the foundations of ...

Consumer Threat Notices

MWC 2018: Takeaways on the Key Devices and Innovations

It’s hard to believe that MWC 2018 is already over! Though the event came and went in the blink of an eye, MWC 2018 managed to deliver, showcasing some of the most exciting mobile and connected device innovation out there today. While there was a variety of new tech at ...

Enterprise

MWC 2018: Digital and Mobile Security in the 5G IoT Era

Mobile World Congress 2018 is upon us and the big news includes the launch of a bunch of new devices, including the Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact, Samsung Galaxy S9, Sony Xperia XZ Premium 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S4.

Consumer Threat Notices

How McAfee is Adapting to the Mobile Landscape with New Partnerships and Innovation

Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 is finally upon us, and mobile and security providers from around the world are in Barcelona presenting the latest and greatest insight and innovation. At this year’s MWC, McAfee is excited to present our own unique insights and innovations, some of which are supported by ...

Enterprise

Why is the Technology Industry Shirking its Security Responsibilities?

No sooner have we had time to recover from the post-CES jet-lag in January than Mobile World Congress 2018 rolls around. These two events have cemented themselves into the mobile and consumer technology industries’ calendars as key opportunities to showcase the latest hardware and software products and services, amidst a ...

Consumer Threat Notices

MWC Preview: Tailoring Security to the Modern Connected Lifestyle

In 2018, we’re officially living in the “future” imagined by popular 80s movies. No, we still don’t have flying cars, but what we do have is many unique internet-connected devices. These devices can do it all – track our fitness, turn our lights on and off, allow us to live ...

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