Mobile malware threats continue to be a major problem for individuals and enterprises alike, and the risks are only getting more severe.
Enterprises today are embracing mobile technologies and the bring-your-own-device movement, but that means they must develop mobile security strategies.
Samsung's default mobile keyboard, Swiftkey, contains a serious vulnerability. But with a fix coming later rather than sooner, how can users stay safe?
If a WhatsApp user's phone gets stolen, it wouldn't be hard to get access to a security code that would let third parties access and take over accounts.
Here are 10 resources that will help professionals improve their knowledge and understanding of the state of mobile application security.
Dead apps now pose a serious threat to enterprise security, according to a new mobile threat report. What can companies do to avoid these mobile zombies?
With the growing popularity of Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Venmo, users are wondering whether mobile payment technology is secure and safe to use.
According to an IBM-sponsored Ponemon Institute study on mobile security, apps are being created quickly to meet user demand but are not always secure.
As mobile app threats continue to increase in complexity, organizations should follow these four tips to keep their data and users safe.