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Monthly Archives: February 2013

‘Smartphones face malware threats’

Mobile security firm Trend Micro’s recent report says the number of malware targeting Android phones went up six fold during the third quarter of 2012 (July-September) as compared to attacks during the same quarter in the previous year. The malware

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Android becoming mobile malware magnet, says report

The Android platform is becoming a key mobile target for cybercriminals, who are getting much more efficient with their malware, according to a Blue Coat Systems report. In a mobile malware report, Blue Coat notes that Android is a popular

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The Best Way to Spend Your Security Budget

Everyone could use more security budget. There’s always more to do. So you have to prioritize your spending. Where can you spend it most effectively? Should you be spending big money on mobile security? Probably not. The only smart way

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Home Networks Show Traces of Malware: Kindsight

A little over one in ten households with broadband access have been hit by malware, according to the latest report from Kindsight. Kindsight, a network-based security company, released the Kindsight Security Labs Malware Report for the fourth quarter of 2012

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Watch for mobile malware and targeted attacks, McAfee warns

Mobile malware and narrowly-targeted attacks are steadily rising, according to a McAfee report released earlier this month. These ticking time bombs and other security threats should concern your small business. In many ways we’ve achieved a sort of equilibrium with

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Android security suffers the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune

The Android platform is experiencing a phenomenon that Windows users have known for years: malware onslaught. As I showed you in my recent, “Should security concerns slow BYOD trend? Probably.,” article, Android devices are being targeted at an alarming rate.

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A Mad Explosion of Android Malware

Commtouch, an Internet security technology and cloud-based services vendor, has just released a new security report that pointedly notes that Q4 2012 brought with it an “exponential” rise in Android malware and Web threats specifically targeting mobile users. Needless to

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Appthority Reveals Security Risks of Free Mobile Apps

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – Feb 26, 2013) – RSA Conference — Appthority®, The Authority in App Security™, released a new App Reputation Report to expose the hidden risks of mobile apps. The report examines the app behaviors of the top

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Samsung Armors Android to Take On BlackBerry

Samsung’s smartphones have been best sellers all over the world, but the company has been, until recently, marketing them to consumers, not businesses. But over the last year, Samsung, the South Korean manufacturer, has been quietly beefing up the Google

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A Password You Wear on Your Wrist

A mobile security startup called PassBan thinks the best way to keep mobile devices secure is to allow people to choose from a bevy of different authentication options—including one that you wear on your wrist. “We didn’t want to be

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