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Content tagged with Mobile posted in August 2015
Biggest Apple Account Theft Ever Hits Only JailBroken iOS Devices
News  |  8/31/2015  | 
KeyRaider stole 225,000 legitimate Apple accounts and slammed devices with ransomware and phony purchases, but only jailbroken gear, mostly in China, is affected.
A CISO's View of Mobile Security Strategy, With Stacey Halota
A CISO's View of Mobile Security Strategy, With Stacey Halota
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/31/2015  | 
CISO of Graham Holdings visits Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat to discuss why mobile security is a top priority and how to use mobile devices as a security tool.
10 Best Practices For BYOD Policy
News  |  8/31/2015  | 
Bring-your-own device doesn't have to mean bring your own security problems.
Thousands Of Potentially Malicious Android Apps Unearthed In Google Play
News  |  8/27/2015  | 
Indiana University researchers develop a new scanning technique dubbed 'MassVet' for vetting mobile app stores at scale.
Consumers Want Password Alternatives
News  |  8/27/2015  | 
Consumer confidence in online passwords wanes and their password hygiene remains as sketchy as ever, study finds.
The Month Of Android Vulnerabilities Rolls On
News  |  8/20/2015  | 
Multi-media handling takes the most hits, and there are no easy fixes.
Making The Security Case For A Software-Defined Perimeter
Commentary  |  8/18/2015  | 
With SDP, organizations can create an 'invisible' infrastructure that only authorized users and devices can access. Heres why its time has come.
Securing OS X: Apple, Security Vendors Need To Up Their Game
News  |  8/12/2015  | 
To date, OS X malware is pretty lame, but its easy to write better malware to bypass current defenses, security researcher Patrick Wardle told a Black Hat audience last week.
Risk of Data Loss From Non-Jailbroken iOS Devices Real, Security Firm says
News  |  8/7/2015  | 
Data from the Hacking Team reveals actively used exploit for breaking into and stealing data from registered iOS systems, FireEye says.
Dark Reading News Desk Comes To You Live From Black Hat
Commentary  |  8/3/2015  | 
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