The ideal data that cybercriminals target to compromise mobile devices is user personal identification numbers (PINs). Now it’s possible for what devices see, hear and feel to help cybercriminals gain total device access.
Mobile Threat News Articles
2017 was notable for some massive data breaches, unintended exposures of sensitive information on the internet and other unfortunate tech incidents. 2018 probably won’t be any better.
As cryptojacking has spread around the web—largely thanks to the original “in-browser miner,” Coinhive, and its copycats—the technique is used to exploit unknowing people’s resources, both their hardware and electric bills, and it is increasingly blocked as malware by scanners…
Game apps, once downloaded onto a smartphone, have the ability to keep tabs on the viewing habits of their users — some of whom may be children — even when the games aren’t being played.
Organizations must fight the ongoing prospect of cyber attacks like an army would fight a major war, learning from mistakes, experimenting with fresh tactics, and embracing an ongoing commitment to intelligence gathering.