A simple hardware listening system can expose the OpenSSL crypto keys used for smartphones to cybercriminals, putting users at risk.
Android malware may become more widespread after one malicious buyer leaked the source code details of GM Bot on underground Web forums.
At a recent security conference, Google claimed its Verify Apps feature prevented Android users from becoming infected with the Lockdroid ransomware.
The cybercriminals behind Android Trojan malware are targeting online banking users with compromised applications and authentication schemes.
Smart TVs are a soft entry point for those intent on cybercrime, especially attackers who prey on a user's ignorance of IT security practices.
Russian security researchers recently discovered the ZBot malware, which uses phishing schemes to go after Russian onlie banking customers.
Google has recently announced it will not trust Symantec's new root certificate on Chrome, Android and other Google products.
Here are 10 collaborative resources, including webinars, blogs, white papers and reports, designed to help application protection practitioners.
Here's a look at some of the most common mobile security fears of the CISO and the enterprisewide cures that are available to address them.
Harvard, MIT and Carnegie Mellon teamed up to show just how much of users' personal information is shared by smartphone applications.