Chrome Enterprise
Google today unveiled Chrome Enterprise Connectors Framework, a collection of integrations designed to ease IT teams’ work further. The integrations provide the ability to manage workers’ Chrome OS devices and Chrome browser installations using popular third-party software tools. 
Data Breach
Samsung has confirmed that it was the recipient of a data breach that leaked almost 200 gigabytes worth of data for its Galaxy devices, including some of which may include data from Qualcomm.
Rapid Meta
Rapid Meta has introduced Over The Phone (OTP) authentication. From today, in addition to entering your email address to register an account,  as an extra layer of security, users will need to verify their identity via their mobile phone.
Nokia Europe
Nokia has unveiled two new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) services in the areas of security and analytics, as part of its strategy to give communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises a more flexible and cost effective way for servicing their customers
Samsung Galaxy users will be able to use their smartphone as a digital car key for the first time with the newly launched luxury EV, Genesis GV60. With Samsung Digital Key, powered by NFC and ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, users will be able to lock and unlock your car securely with your smartphone
Nokia Bell Labs
Nokia has launched a new professional level 5G course and certification aimed at network security. The Nokia Bell Labs 5G Secured Networks course is part of Nokia’s program to train and certify industry professionals on 5G technology, from network access to application management.
OpSec Security
OpSec Security has launched OpSec Network Intelligence, a patent-pending advanced analytics tool that automatically identifies and reveals large and complex systems of highly sophisticated bad actor networks across multiple online channels.
OpSec Security
OpSec Security has launched OpSec SmartCheck, a proprietary smartphone-enabled Optically Variable Device (OVD) validation tool that uses advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) and offers clients a reliable method of validating overt OVD features with a high level of confidence.
Android Security
Google has released the June 2021 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install. Though Google puts out the Android security patches each month, the job of actually getting the fixes to end users falls on the telcos and/or device manufacturers themselves. Those partners vary in their ability to release the patches in a timely fashion.
To meet the demands of changing mobile usage trends that see users entrusting their devices with increasing amounts of personal data, Samsung has introduced Samsung Knox Vault, a unique security solution enhancing Samsung Knox Security launched with the Galaxy S21 series.
BlackBerry Spark
BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager (UEM) has achieved certification from the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP), a U.S. government initiative which oversees the evaluation of commercial cybersecurity products for use in U.S. national security systems.
Microsoft Deepfake
Microsoft has announced a new tool that it claims can detect the presence of deepfake software in images and video as it seeks to tackle disinformation online. Deepfakes, or synthetic media, are photos, videos, or audio files manipulated by artificial intelligence (AI). And they’re becoming increasingly hard to detect.
Vodafone has expanded its business security services to include protection for business customers’ laptops and desktops. Trend Micro’s ‘Worry-Free’ service is a new detection service to protect businesses and their employees from online security threats such as ransomware, out-of-date applications, and phishing attacks on desktops and laptops.
AttackIQ has launched its Preactive Security Exchange (PSE), an objective and trusted platform on which security vendors can demonstrate the value and efficacy of their products, as well as identify opportunities to improve solutions.