A recent RiskIQ report found that about 1 in 25 Black Friday apps widely available in official app stores are fraudulent.
A new banking malware called Red Alert 2.0 poses a significant threat to Android users. The Trojan leverages third-party apps to steal data.
Google's Android O version 8.0 features a safe browsing API and other functions to improve mobile application security in the enterprise.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered 20 apps in the Google Play Store that deliver mobile malware to unsuspecting Android users.
New malware is infiltrating bona fide apps, making banking Trojans harder to detect. Fortunately, it can be shut down if it is detected in time.
Two apps that contained LeakerLocker ransomware, which locks and threatens to spread personal data, have been removed from the Google Play Store.
A new security flaw and fresh concerns about malware provide further evidence of the need for Android users to remain diligent to external risks.
As malware continues to invade the Google Play app store, Google is trying to make programs like Gmail and Drive more secure for all users.
A new type of Trojan has been sneaking into the Google Play store and could be infecting the mobile devices of unsuspecting users.
Bad news: Fraudsters have all the tools they need to effectively turn mobile malware into the biggest customer security problem we've ever seen.