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Monthly Archives: July 2012

British Telecom Recants Android Malware Paranoia

There was a big story circulating the Android blogosphere a few days ago, thanks to comments made by a British Telecom (BT) executive at an event as part of a trade conference called NetEvents America. The company’s head of global

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Metaforic Alerts Financial Institutions to Increasing Security Risks Emerging from Mobile Financial Applications

- Accelerating Adoption of Mobile Financial Apps Fuels Growing Need to Immunize Apps Against Exploits that Can Breach Latest iOS and Android Devices SAN JOSE, California, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Metaforic, the innovative software security company [http://metaforic.com/EN], today released

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Apple's AuthenTec Buy Shows Needed Focus on Mobile Security

Apple’s decision to to buy AuthenTec, a mobile and network security provider, reflects the realization that we need stronger security for devices as the mobile industry moves toward e-wallets and locked-down phones for enterprises. AuthenTec specializes in a variety of

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Research and Markets: Australia – Mobile Radio Market

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2tlws5/australia_mobile) has announced the addition of the “Australia – Mobile Radio Market” report to their offering. The major market for two-way radio systems is in the traditional emergency services and public services markets – police,

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Mobile Security Is a No-Win Game When Cyber-Criminals Have the Upper Hand

Mobile Security Is a No-Win Game When Cyber-Criminals Have the Upper Hand ( Page 1 of 2 ) By now, you are likely wondering why I’m talking about game theory when discussing mobile security. The reason came when I chaired

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Apple may be prepping mobile payment service featuring AuthenTec security

Cooking enthusiasts have lots of drool-worthy gadgets to make cooking healthier and easier, but this is certainly one of the strangest. It’s a Sushi Bazooka, sold by Strapya World of Japan. For 2,000 yen, or about $25.50, you can be

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BT backpedals on claims almost every Android device has malware

Late last week, I wrote about some eye-raising statements made by a British Telecom (BT) security expert at the NetEvents Americas. Now, BT has backpedaled on the claims. To refresh your memory, here’s what Jill Knesek, head of the global

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Sophos dangles free Android antivirus to tempt BYOD-friendly biz

Sophos has crafted a freebie antivirus app dubbed Sophos Mobile Security for Android-powered devices. The software tries to protect smartphones against malware, warns fandroids of privacy-invading programs and can lock down a gadget if it’s lost or stolen, ideally without

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2 Reasons Apple Will Disrupt Mobile Payments

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‘Luckycat’ APT Campaign Building Android Malware

DEF CON 20 — Las Vegas, NV — Windows long has been the favorite target of cyberespionage actors, but newly discovered evidence shows they are also setting their sites on mobile platforms, namely the Android. The attackers behind the recent

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