More ad providers are moving to HTML5 to prevent malvertising, but this shift alone isn't enough to deter cybercriminals from their exploits.
AppConfig Community now supports Android for Work, sharing best practices for developers to refer to when configuring and securing Android mobile apps.
When you hire a third party for some IT work, do you really know about their vendor security practices? Google certainly does.
Short URLs were created to help users have an easier and smoother experience, but cybercriminals can benefit from the concept, as well.
Shifting to HTTPS is vital for websites, but many organizations are not implementing it properly and leave users at risk as a result.
The GNU C Library (glibc) is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow issue. Learn more about the problem and how to avoid, patch and mitigate it.
At a recent security conference, Google claimed its Verify Apps feature prevented Android users from becoming infected with the Lockdroid ransomware.
Google's Gmail now alerts users when they receive unsecured, unencrypted and unauthenticated emails in an attempt to increase security awareness.
Chrome's safe browsing setting will now warn users about embedded content, such as fake download buttons, that aims to carry out social engineering.
New York City has begun the rollout of its public Wi-Fi kiosks, but corporate users should be aware of potential security risks before connecting.