Category: Mobile Security
Mobile malware has quickly become one of the greatest threats to cybersecurity. Stay ahead of the hackers by reading our bloggers’ latest findings and tips.
Today, most of us depend on our mobile phones and see it as a necessity in our everyday lives. Smartphones (and tablets) have provided us with a convenient way to communicate, socialize, work, take pictures, have our address book on hand, shop and even bank online. But we often forget that our smartphones are more […]
Photo and video editing apps are on the rise with mobile device owners. In fact, according to a poll by Flickr, 43% of people use their mobile phones as their primary camera. And with so many photo editing and voice recording apps out there, it can be difficult to keep track of who and what […]
WhatsApp has received more than its fair share of hits from Trojans attempting to target its large user base and worldwide popularity, but only a handful of those possesses the threat level of this new discovery that appears to be aimed primarily at Latin America. Recently revoked from Google Play, Android/Balloonpopper is a game that carries […]
We all know the drill: before takeoff and landing the flight attendants do a final safety inspection, walking up and down the aisle to ensure everyone has their seat backs and tray tables up, seatbelts fastened and all electronic devices powered down. While this exercise has become second nature for most fliers, new policy changes […]
Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter allow us to communicate with friends and family, network with colleagues, and become connected to people who share a hobby or interest. But they also allow online scammers and spammers to get closer to us by utilizing the web of friendships and connections they create. In fact, the […]