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Why phishers love mobile (and how to stop them)

Phishers are coming for employees’ smartphones. Chester Avey says businesses need to be ready. Cybercriminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated. And whilst we might associate hacking and other forms of cybercrime

Cybersecurity Experts Warn Against Popular Phones and Losing Fingers to Criminals

Speaking at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, cybersecurity experts Aaron Turner and Georgia Weidman discussed two-factor authentication and biometrics as means to securing one’s phone. Although they concur that the two-factor

Cybersecurity: Experts discussing mobile phone security warn against bio-metric verifications

Cybersecurity experts Aaron Turner and Georgia Weidman spoke at the RSA Conference in San Francisco to discuss mobile security. The two discussed 2-factor authentication (2FA) as well as biometric as a

Better Mobile Security with a Mobile Threat Defense Plan

Although I wasn’t exactly surprised by the alleged Saudi hack of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, it’s unusual that one of my annual New Year’s prognostications is so quickly proven accurate.

Android malware can steal Google Authenticator 2FA codes

A new version of the “Cerberus” Android banking trojan will be able to steal one-time codes generated by the Google Authenticator app and bypass 2FA-protected accounts. Click here to view

Mobile malware and exploitation amongst biggest cyber threats for 2020

There will be an increase in mobile malware and cybercriminal groups exploiting mobile devices in the Asia Pacific region in 2020, according to new research from Kaspersky. Click here to

Mobile Security for Enterprise is Trending in Cybersecurity

It is 2020 and Bring-Your-Own-Device is still trending. Every day, petabytes of information zoom through employee devices in an organization. And this will certainly not stop. According to Crystal Market

93% of attempted mobile transactions in 2019 were fraudulent

93 percent of total mobile transactions in 20 countries were blocked as fraudulent in 2019 according to a report on the state of malware and mobile ad fraud released by

The Surprising Truth About SMS Security

Have you heard of SIM swapping? The nasty form of attack was documented by ZDNet writer Matthew Miller last June, who detailed the horror show unfolding after he found his services had