Mobile devices that contain unsanctioned apps are particularly vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks, especially when connected to unsecured Wi-Fi.
A new WhatsApp scam employs social engineering tactics and dangles false promises of free Netflix subscriptions to trick users into spreading the malware.
IT leaders must educate employees about online dating security to minimize the risks associated with the use of these services in the workplace.
Cybercriminals flooded Apple's mobile software store with fake retail apps, putting personal and corporate data at risk in the weeks before Black Friday.
You won't always know when you're being hacked, which is why your security measures should always be in place and protecting your information.
The threat of mobile malware is real, so enterprises must provide security for both corporate applications and managed mobile devices.
Certain security solutions and operating systems can help quell your enterprise's mobilephobia, but you must also find options to address future fears.
Cybercriminals are targeting mobile payment apps and information with a variety of cyberattacks. Here's what organizations can do to protect themselves.
Strong mobile application security needs to be a part of your organization's overall security posture if you want to uncover vulnerabilities.
Enterprises need to enact a comprehensive mobile security strategy to safeguard their assets and IPs against malicious mobile apps.