Gooligan: Uncovering the Attack that Breached Over 1 Million Google Accounts
It’s enough of a risk when the security of any account is compromised, but what happens when Andorid malware like Gooligan breaches over a million Google accounts?
Our smartphones and tablets are gateways to the sensitive personal and business data we keep stored on cloud services like Gmail, Google Docs and G Suite apps for work. That opportunity keeps cybercriminals hard at work and sometimes ahead of the curve. Without the right protection, these attacks can expose you and your business to significant risk right under your nose.
Join Michael Shaulov, Head of Mobility and Cloud Products at Check Point Software Technologies and Christopher Campbell, Director of Product Marketing for Enterprise Mobility at VMware, Inc. as they discuss today’s cybersecurity challenges and how to secure your organization from the device to the data center.
In this webinar, we discuss:
- How Gooligan was able to breach the security of over a million Google accounts
- How malware campaigns like Gooligan have become sophisticated business
- What best practices you should consider for mitigating mobile threats
- How Check Point and AirWatch work together to keep your business protected