Onapsis, a global expert in business-critical application security, today announced that the Onapsis Security Platform integrates with IBM security intelligence technology to provide customers with improved visibility into their network security. Utilizing QRadar to consolidate different sources of network security,
AirDroid is currently one of the top Android apps available in the Google Play Store, with official statistics claiming that it already recorded between 10 million and 50 million downloads.
But being very popular doesn’t necessarily mean that the app
More than a million Android phones are infected with Gooligan, a strain of malware Google is fighting in earnest. Cybercriminals used the spyware to steal 1.3 million Google accounts in the last four months, researchers warned. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
A smartphone app flaw has left Tesla vehicles vulnerable to being tracked, located, unlocked, and stolen.
Security experts at Norwegian app security firm Promon were able to take full control of a Tesla vehicle, including finding where the car is
Avast Software, the leader in digital security products for consumers and businesses, today announced the company’s new Avast Call Blocker app for iOS, now available for download on the Apple App Store. The new app enables users to automatically block
Mobile devices allow us to do nearly everything online—from anywhere, at any time. We can do our banking, track our fitness, control Internet of Things devices in our homes, shop, and even work remotely. Driving this mobile productivity are a
There is a new threat for consumers to face alongside the threat of mobile hacking and mobile app security breaches. As the holiday shopping season approaches, some scammers are making the bold move of creating their own fake mobile retail
Proving that autodialing scams aren’t found only on The Simpsons, a security researcher has found a serious flaw in the Twitter and LinkedIn iOS apps that lets hackers dial phone numbers on your iPhone. Once a call starts, a hacker
Mobile phones have become ubiquitous – they’re now an extension of our everyday lives. The rise of technology also brought the emergence of various social media platforms and applications designed to make our lives easier and more convenient. This includes
Identity theft protection company LifeLock is back today with the launch of a new mobile app designed for better credit card management, called Identity. The goal with the app is to offer consumers a single place where they can view
Media outlet Al Jazeera English has embraced gamification to underline the tumultuous cyber war occurring in Syria out of sight of the larger conflict between government forces and rebels.
Interactive web app #HACKED: Syria’s Electronic Armies, launched to celebrate ten
THE inner circle of Malcolm Turnbull’s government has been grilled on its use of messaging service WhatsApp to communicate and share potentially sensitive information.
Despite the intense scrutiny of the practice during a Senate estimates hearing Monday the prime minister’s
There’s been no shortage of high-profile hacks over the last few years — think Target, Sony and Ashley Madison — but one sector that hasn’t made as much news for breaches is financial. According to the Identify Theft Resource Center,
Today’s fast-paced, mobile world offers a myriad of solutions to help users communicate instantly. According to Pew, texting is the most widely used app on a smartphone, with 97 percent of Americans using it at least once a day. This
Al Jazeera English, an international news channel, wants to highlight what is really going on with Syria’s cyber war by launching a mobile web app called, #Hacked: Syria’s Electronic Armies. The Project draws interest as an example of how gamification
A new app which will enable pig farmers to keep track of their working day and compare it with how others are operating is being tested by researchers at the Swine Innovation Centre (SIC) Sterksel in the Netherlands.
You’ve changed your computer passwords and you stay away from dodgy Wi-Fi hotspots. But hackers have found a new way to access your online banking accounts — and it’s on the rise across America.
Hackers are accessing smartphone users’ bank
Earlier we reported how the move opens doors for businesses to contact you via the app, but there’s a few other changes too.
If you thought plugging your phone into a computer to charge it up was fairly safe, you thought wrong
When your phone starts complaining that its battery is running low, you probably wouldn’t think twice about plugging it into a
NEW YORK– There’s a vibrant underground market for tools to hack you, but one company is making offers out in the open.
Last year, Zerodium publicly offered $1 million for a powerful, new hack that would remotely sneak into an