Why the revised NIST mobile security framework looks better from a distance
In this op-ed, Wandera's Michael Covington says what sounds good theoretically can be near impractical to implement.
Why Cyber Command’s latest warning is a win for the government's information sharing efforts
New details uncovered by CyberScoop show how much coordination went into Cyber Command's public VirusTotal upload of an Iran-linked tool.
A Chinese company has 25 million Android devices tangled in an ad fraud scheme
Researchers declined to identify the company by name, citing an ongoing law enforcement investigation.
How identifying bogus checks at M&T Bank is a lot like hunting cybercriminals
The top cybersecurity official at M&T Bank explains how analytics — and his NSA background — have reshaped the institution's approach to catching check fraud.
CBP suspends Perceptics from doing government business following data breach
The punishment could last for years if Perceptics is placed on a government blacklist.
Dozens of Facebook pages about current events in Libya were linked to malware
Facebook removed the pages — which collectively had hundreds of thousands of followers — after notification from researchers, Check Point said.
A zombie game with 50,000 Play Store downloads was pulling sensitive data from Gmail
"Scary Granny ZOMBY" displayed a phishing page that appeared to be from Google. The Play Store pulled the game down in response to Wandera's research.
Android-based espionage campaign in the Middle East targets military data
Malware analyzed by Trend Micro sucks up a target phone’s call logs and records.
Criminal campaign uses leaked NSA tools to set up cryptomining scheme, Trend Micro says
The research is a reminder that it is not just state-sponsored hackers that have reportedly co-opted the leaked NSA tools.
More than 1 million accounts from retro gaming site Emuparadise compromised
This breach only is the latest exposure of user information to affect a prominent gaming site.