The ultimate guide to mobile security
All of us are currently working from a variety of gadgets and i know that one of them is our mobile phone. We check our emails, we browse websites, we make payments, we access our online banking accounts/apps and much more. Taking that into consideration we should always be careful and make sure our mobile phone is protected from intruders.
I invite you to read Hakin9`s Ultimate Guide to Mobile Security. Below you can see a preview of the actual number of the magazine.
Smartphones are changing the IT and Communication landscape vastly. A Smartphone can do almost every good thing a computer can do.
With over half a million apps in the App Store, Apple’s trademark slogan “There’s an app for that” is bordering on reality. We use these apps for online banking, social networking and e-mail without really knowing if they’re communicating and storing our personal data securely.
Web application security is very much in its infancy – some security experts believe this is going to be a major emerging area of technology.
Mobile phone malware first appeared in June 2004 and it was called Cabir. The mobile-phone features at most risk are text messaging (using social engineering), contacts list, video and buffer overflows.
The internet is a dangerous place. We (as Information Security people) have known this for a while and general users are learning more and more about how malicious web sites can steal your information.
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