Did you feel the seismic shift this week as most families went from a school to a summer schedule? The excitement is palpable. A sense of levity has permeated every nook and cranny of my teenager’s world while a sense of panic is slowly rolling into mine. Summer signals sand, surf, and—let’s be honest—far more […]

Do you remember the first time you posted on social media? Maybe it was a blog on LiveJournal or an album of prom pictures on Facebook (bet that’s private now). If you’re like me, pressing that ‘share’ button probably felt a little scary. Who can actually see this stuff? Where does it go? As our […]

The popularity of Android devices and applications makes it a target for malware and other threats. This post is the first in a short series on Android application security. Similar to its use for web applications, penetration (“pen”) testing is a part of developing mobile applications. We will discuss in detail the process for performing […]

JS/Nemucod is the detection name given to a family of malicious JavaScript downloaders that have appeared in spam campaigns since last year. They usually arrive as an email attachment, embedded in a ZIP archive, and pretend to be an invoice, a delivery notice, a resume, anything that may seem harmless and can be used as a social engineering […]

As I return home from the Americas Partner Summit and reflect on the feedback I received in many conversations with partners throughout the event, I feel more confident than ever that our marketing priorities align with the needs of our partner community. Many of you expressed a need for guidance on marketing best practices and […]