The Dangers of Using Unsecured Wi-Fi

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Unsecured Wi-Fi

Mention the words “public Wi-Fi”, and one of two things will probably happen – possibly, both. One: There’ll be a mad stampede of any mobile device users in the area to log in and pig out on the toll-free internet access. And, two: There’ll be a collective groan and shaking of heads, as any security professionals in the area contemplate … Read More

Mobile Security Tips – How to Slow Down Hackers from Targeting You

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Mobile Security Tips

A 2016 report on mobile security by Intertrust estimates that the cost of mobile application hacks and data breaches will reach $1.5 billion by 2021. Despite this very real threat, only $2 million is spent annually on mobile app security, as compared to the $34 million spent each year on developing mainstream apps. We routinely spend a lot of time, … Read More

Pros and Cons of Certificate Pinning in Endpoint Security

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Certificate Pinning

With smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices assuming equal importance with connected hardware and desktop-based systems as viable ways of gaining access to corporate networks and the internet at large, security professionals are having to devote additional attention to keeping these portable “endpoints” safe – just like any other network resource. One way of doing this (which has been particularly … Read More

Protecting Mobile Data From AI Scraping

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AI Scraping

With personal data, spending habits, demographic, behavioral, and other information being routinely stored on mobile devices, cell phone and other mobile users are already concerned over how this potentially valuable and/or damaging material is being observed and gathered by government, law enforcement agencies, software developers, and advertising networks. What many users may not be aware of is that AI has … Read More

Boosting Cell Phone Privacy

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cell phone privacy

Issues concerning digital security and cell phone privacy have been thrust into the spotlight in recent weeks, as fresh hacks are exposed, and new legislation comes into play in various corners of the globe. With avenues and points of contact with the digital realm ever on the increase, there are opportunities for personal and corporate data to become exposed to … Read More

Mobile Devices and Blockchain Technology

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Blockchain

New and evolving technologies like Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), 5G networks, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and WebRTC (Web Real Time Communication) have the potential to radically alter the speed and manner in which we interact with mobile devices, the internet, and the world at large. One emerging field that’s already having an impact in financial circles – and one with … Read More

Apple iOS Vulnerabilities – Zero Day Attacks

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Apple iOS Vulnerabilities

One week after Ivan Krstic, Apple’s head of security engineering and architecture offered a $50,000 “bug bounty” at the Black Hat security conference in August 2016 for zero-day vulnerabilities (security weaknesses discovered and exploited by attackers, but unknown to the system owner), some unknown iOS vulnerabilities came to light – and Apple’s mobile operating system came under serious attack. This … Read More

Finjan Mobile Announces Update to VitalSecurity™ Secure Mobile Browser

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Secure Mobile Browser

Releases VitalSecurity™ Gen 3.7 Secure Mobile Browser EAST PALO ALTO, CA – (Marketwired) — 06/15/17 — Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: FNJN), a cybersecurity company, today announced that its subsidiary Finjan Mobile, Inc., released its VitalSecurity™ Gen 3.7 Secure Mobile Browser (“VitalSecurity 3.7”), initially available in the Google Play Store. VitalSecurity 3.7 includes several upgraded features based on recent feedback the … Read More

Android vs iOS – Which Platform is Better for Mobile Security?

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Android vs iOS

In a research report issued in March 2016, mobile phone manufacturers Nokia revealed that in terms of malware activity, smartphones have now overtaken laptops and desktop-based computer systems. Infections have plagued devices powered by both Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS operating platforms – although Android continues to be the principal target for the attentions of cyber-criminals. But which system truly … Read More