Although mobile is undeniably the new frontier as far as cyber threats are concerned. These concerns are directly proportional to the wider adoption of corporate mobility that is still continuing to grow. Although Gartner has identified four levels of protection. Some enterprise mobile app development companies has already started providing enterprise-grade threat against mobility security risks.
Google has pushed out an update for Android to fix a slew of cyber security holes, inducing a number of remote code execution vulnerabilities.
The July security patch notably plugs vulnerabilities that surface when files like images and videos are processed by the mobile operating system for display. and enable the execution of arbitrary code.
In today’s fast-paced life more and more users are making transactions online, transferring money and even keeping a track of their bank accounts on their mobile devices via Banking Apps. However with convenience comes caution that we should follow at all times to keep our money safe. Listed below are 7 such precautions that you need to take while using Banking apps on your mobile devices:
Every enterprise IT manager knows the ghastly truth: the biggest security weaknesses in any system are the humans using it. So, if you are one of the nearly one-in-ten iOS users (or even the one-in-three Android users) who don’t use a passcode, if you happen to be one of the many who use the same passcode for everything, or even one of the 15 percent of users who still insist on using any of these ten passcodes, then this article is for you. It’s time to toughen up. Here’s why:
The Internet of things (IoT) is changing how organizations manage their buildings and assets, while also spurring a transformation in the modern facility. As offices, healthcare institutions and university campuses ad mobile campus security, the people using these facilities are becoming more mobile and connected.
The European Union thinks digital privacy is so important it should be protected by law, and that’s exactly what its trying to do with new proposed legislation. Unlike the United States and United Kingdom, which are pushing for laws that would strip away digital privacy and encryption security, the EU looking to mandate those protections.
The Apple App Store is still considered one of the safest places from which to download your mobile apps. Apps are curated, reviewed and any security concerns are almost always immediately addressed by Apple.
However, there's new emerging scheme that can potentially put your hard-earned cash at risk. And more alarmingly, the scammers are apparently using App Store loopholes to execute their unscrupulous deeds.