Surprising new research reveals that iPhone apps are 'more risky than Android' and also details that 90 percent of all top apps are under threat too.
Organisations are being "severely hampered" in the key area of applications security because of skills shortages, according to new research from the independent SANS Institute.
Tens of thousands of smartphone users have been hit by a new class of botnet that illicitly gathers information.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has warned developers that protecting app data is of paramount importance.
Hackers are increasingly targeting paid-for and iOS apps, according to a new study.
McAfee CTO Raj Samani advises companies to secure the business data before the device being used to access the information.
Attending a recent social event, I was able to get together with some major names from IT giant HP.
Modern attackers, by necessity, have become highly adaptable and customised to avoid traditional security, producing threats that are more sophisticated than ever.
The attack on Evernote that was reported last weekend could be deemed to be a new stage in the battle of man v password.
A survey of popular applications has revealed that most have SQL flaws, store sensitive details in an unencrypted format and have fragile backends.
On the first morning of the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, I met with a company whose story began almost exactly a year ago.
Despite information security being a stable and growing profession with many career opportunities, the skills shortage is biting businesses hard.
Enterprises could be left with vulnerable applications due to system migrations, specifically those that are written to work within the Windows XP operating system.
AirWatch has announced the launch of an 'app wrapping engine' to add security features to internal apps without writing any additional source code.
Dell SecureWorks has introduced vulnerability management and web application scanning services for the cloud.
Around two-thirds of mission-critical applications are developed externally and are not compliant with industry standards.
Eighty per cent of CISOs believe their company's own employees and contractors are the greatest threat to company data, according to a new study conducted by security vendor NetWitness and audit-and-information-security training company MIS Training Institute.