Mobile Security

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European financial services turn to IAM products to provide secure access

The European financial services market for identity and access management products is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to increase at a 31.2 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018.

Tech support scams now targeting mobile devices

Mobile device users no longer need to feel left out of tech support scams because they are now being targeted by scammers, says security Jerome Segura in a blog.

Spotlight: Mobile device SD cards vulnerable to hacking

Hackers can exploit vulnerabilities in mobile device SD cards that allow arbitrary code execution on the card itself, according to a Bunnie Studios blog.

Most mobile banking apps have security vulnerabilities, says IOActive Labs

Most of the mobile banking apps examined by IOActive Labs have security vulnerabilities, according to a blog by researcher Ariel Sanchez.

Spotlight: BlackBerry sets up security innovation center

BlackBerry, the struggling mobility firm, is taking the offensive by setting up a security innovation center in the Washington, D.C. area.

McAfee is history, says Intel chief

Intel plans to phase out the iconic McAfee brand in favor of the "Intel Security" brand for its security division, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced this week at the Consumer Electronic Show.

News Scan: Global tech market grows; Employee devices still your top security threat; more

Top news stories for Jan. 3, 2014.

News Scan: Mobile device makers to focus on security; UK firms investing in mobile apps; more

Check out the latest mobile IT news for Thursday, 1/2 including: the new buzz phrase for 2014, the U.K.'s plans for increased investment in mobile business apps, an increase of the mobile dynamic random-access memory market thanks to smartphones, a European mobile operators assocation recommendations involving SIMs for M2M devices and the ever elusive 5G wireless.

Attackers zero in on M2M device security holes

Attackers will increasingly focus on hacking into vulnerable machine-to-machine devices and other objects included in the broad term "Internet of Things," predict security researchers consulted by eWeek.

Non-official mobile app stores are security sieves, says Arxan

Mobile app security continues to be the bane of CISOs' existence, and a recent study conducted by mobile app security firm Arxan will do nothing to ease their security woes.