Nearly a quarter of Australian organisations have suffered an interruption to their business due to an IT security attack or breach over the past 12 months, according to new research by Telstra.
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Is there a mobile privacy crisis? Symantec thinks so and has added features to Norton Mobile Security to save you from it.
Nokia has opened the doors to a new mobile security hub in the German capital.
After cyberattack resulted in internal networks being shuttered and confidential files leaked across the web, Sony has pulled in the professionals.
Samsung's mysterious security update service is still a mystery a month later.
Want to avoid having your online accounts hacked? Enable two-factor authentication (2FA), a crucial security measure that requires an extra code when signing in from an unfamiliar device. In this post, I explain how to use a mobile app to make your accounts safer.
Red Hat's latest acquisition enhances its mobile app development platform with collaboration features that promote agility and increase security.
BitSight found that although the retail industry is still very much a hack target, 75 percent of retailers hit with a breach managed to improve their security effectiveness.
A new index from the mobile security provider also suggests that iOS has regained its enterprise share from Android, accounting for 69 percent of enterprise device activations.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 7, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
The Samsung Knox team boss tells how it all got started and how the Korean tech giant wants to evolve its touted mobile security solution for the global mobile workforces of today, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Azure has been recognised to be compliant with the Australian government's information security manual and protective security policy framework.
The mobile security provider says the platform eliminates security headaches by giving mid-market businesses a central location to access business apps.
Blackphone and communications security firm Silent Circle are offering hackers US$128 per security-related vulnerability found in its mobile operating system and associated platforms in a new bug bounty program.
Both security incidents occurred overnight involving a local mobile operator and entertainment company, putting customer data at risk and questioning the ability of enterprises in the country to adequately protect their clients.
It looks like the infiltrators had a look around in JPMorgan's June security breach -- but did not manage to siphon customer funds from bank accounts.
The research firm claims that 75 percent of all mobile applications will fail basic security tests next year -- leaving the enterprise vulnerable.
The OpenSSL project has unveiled its first security policy on how the project will handle security fixes, and to whom it will disclose vulnerabilities prior to releases.
A draft document released by the Australian Department of Finance outlines requirements for government IT contractors to notify customers within 12 hours once they become aware of actual or suspected security incidents.
The tech giant's stock price has plummeted over the past 24 hours, sending Apple shares to a low not experienced since January.
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