When it comes to protecting personal electronic devices, a strong organizational culture of security, from top management to the most junior employees, is imperative.
West Virginia launched a pilot program to enable members of the military to cast ballots for November's U.S. elections on their mobile devices, but some experts are concerned about voting security.
The upcoming release of Apple iOS 11 will bring significant changes to the enterprise in the form of enhanced customization, discoverability and more.
Your Android device could be at risk from a new class of attack that allows for full takeover of a smartphone with valid permissions.
MAC address randomization can be defeated with 100 percent accuracy, according to a new report from U.S. Naval Academy researchers.
An anonymous actor compromised mobile phone hacking company Cellebrite and stole 900 GM of potentially compromising information.
As smartphone use skyrockets in India, so does the threat of cyberattacks against Indian government agencies, banks, businesses and individual users.
A simple hardware listening system can expose the OpenSSL crypto keys used for smartphones to cybercriminals, putting users at risk.
Mitigating malware is possible for smartphone and PC users who follow a few simple computing hygiene tips and security best practices.
Biometrics and more secure types of authentication may be the next stage of digital security, designed to keep up with rapidly advancing technologies.