Juniper Networks has released its third annual Mobile Threats Report, showing the rapid growth and evolution of mobile malware into a profitable business for attackers.
Maxis Berhad has partnered partner with global security software company Symantec to offer Norton Mobile Security, which would allow Maxis subscribers to protect their Android devices from digital threats and enable them to remotely locate, lock and even wipe data from a lost or stolen device.
The recent Symantec Corp Internet Security Threat Report, Volume 18 (ISTR) revealed a 42% surge during 2012 in targeted attacks globally compared with the previous year.
The first three months of the year turned out to be full of incident, especially when it came to cyber-espionage and cyber-weapons, the experts at Kaspersky Lab said in their latest report.
Sophos has introduced the latest version of its free Android security app, Sophos Mobile Security, which now includes spam filter capabilities for text messages and calls.
Trend Micro Inc has found that mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, are fast becoming ‘valid platforms’ to launch phishing attacks.
HP has upped the ante with the formation of the HP Security Research organization, which published its first annual Cyber Security Risk Report. HP’s IT management evangelist Paul Muller talks about the findings.
The latest Mobile Threat Report from security specialist F-Secure shows a drop in malware targeting the declining Symbian platform while Android malware continued to rise and was responsible for 79% of all threats for the year, up from 66% in 2011.