This week’s edition of #MobSec5: strangers adding themselves to encrypted group chats, industrial IT systems at risk due to flaws in ICS mobile apps, apps disguised as security tools bombard users with ads and track users’ location, and more!
This week’s edition of #MobSec5: Nearly all computing devices affected by Spectre and Meltdown, Trackmageddon enables exposure of sensitive info, Brain-to-vehicle technology & more.
Brian Lawrence, NowSecure Solutions Engineer, examines the unique DevOps problems put forth by mobile app development, and discusses how implementing mobile DevSecOps practices can mitigate their effects.
This week’s mobile security news includes: iOS 11 is out with security patches, vuln in Equifax app for iOS is why the apps were pulled from official app stores & more!
Why hello there faithful #MobSec5 reader! This week’s highlight reel of the mobile security news that matters includes: BootStomp and six zero-day vulnerabilities in Android bootloaders Android security update for September now available Dolphins attack Siri Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe. Subscribe now to receive #MobSec5 updates each Friday
The week’s mobile security news includes: Android 8.0 Oreo, Google Play Store tricked into admitting apps with malware, TD Ameritrade tackles security in Facebook Messenger chatbot, Android app allows wannabe cybercriminals to build ransomware, & more.