The acting DoD chief information officer, signed a memo Oct. 6 outlining a new process for securing mobile apps that sets a baseline standard, promotes reciprocity across the military and clarifies which apps need to go through this new approach.
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The wi-fi connections of businesses and homes around the world are at risk, according to researchers who have revealed a major flaw dubbed Krack. The researchers added the attack method was “exceptionally devastating” for Android 6.0 or above and Linux.
Despite being disallowed in a ruling last March, companies appear to be able to request your number, location, and other details from your mobile provider quite easily.
Social engineering schemes targeted at executives and business decision-makers are big business for cybercriminals. The FBI reports CEO email scams cost US businesses over $360 million in 2016. However, the latest mobile security risk could land in your text message folder, not…
Equifax appears to have been hacked — again. The (probable) hack was noticed by security researcher Randy Abrams and first covered by Ars Technica. While visiting Equifax’s website, Abrams noticed that some pages redirect to a site offering a fake, malware-bearing Flash update.